Jeff Jurgensen has been promoted to senior associate for OAC. He has been with OAC since 2006, when he helped found the Spokane office. Jurgensen is currently leading the Central Valley School District’s bond program for the company and has also worked on transportation projects, health care facilities and data centers for OAC. Additionally, Jonathan Miller has been promoted to senior project manager. A seven-year employee of OAC, Miller is currently leading the Chester Elementary and Green Acres Elementary school projects. OAC is a construction management, forensic architecture and engineering firm headquartered in Seattle with offices in Olympia, Spokane and Silicon Valley.
Numerica Credit Union announced a number of personnel moves. Dan Pearse and Curt Fuller have been promoted to vice president commercial team leaders. Pearse has been promoted from relationship officer and will oversee North Idaho in his new position. Fuller, a Numerica employee since 2012, will oversee the team in Spokane. In addition, Numerica has hired Geoff Asan, Bryan Jarrett and Miranda Taylor. Asan has 25 years experience in the industry and has been hired as a business services relationship officer. Jarrett, a senior external home loan officer, has nine years experience. Taylor has been hired as a senior home loan officer. She has 13 years experience in the lending field.
STCU has hired Christie Moore, Kerri Schoolcraft, Sean Gilbert and Walter Coleman to its commercial and business division. Moore has been hired as commercial banking manager and has 21 years of financial experience, most recently as a commercial loan officer. Business Banking Administrator Schoolcraft most recently was a commercial real estate operations manager at Washington Trust Bank, where she worked for 16 years. Gilbert, a former Marine, has been hired as commercial banking officer and previously worked with Banner Bank and AmericanWest Bank for 15 years. Coleman, a business banking officer, has nine years of experience in the industry.
Ashlie Caronia, a dermatology specialist, is now practicing at Spokane Dermatology and Werschler Aesthetics. Caronia works with pediatric, adult and geriatric clients and has practiced in medical aesthetics, family health and dermatology. She served as a family nurse practitioner in the Air Force and is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
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