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Stephen Bjork and David Rosselet have been hired at Anson Avery CPA PLLC. Bjork has been hired as accounting manager. He comes to the firm from James Garrett Inc., where he served as CFO/controller. Rosselet, a staff accountant, is a recent graduate of Washington State University and comes to the firm after more than 20 years in the restaurant industry.

Katie Jo Raebel has been named partner at Wipfli’s Spokane office. Raebel has 19 years of audit and accounting experience exclusively focused on health care industry clients. She specializes in helping rural health clinics navigate certification processes and gain the most from Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement.


Scott Carver has been hired as director of human resources at Spokane Federal Credit Union. Carver previously worked as human resources adviser at Northwest Farm Credit Services.


Christopher Lang, an orthopedic surgeon, has joined Providence Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. His subspecialties are sports medicine and arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder. He has been practicing in the Northwest since 1999 and in Spokane since 2005.

Amitoz Manhas, a neurosurgeon specializing in skull-base surgery and neuro-oncology, has joined the Providence Spokane Neuroscience Institute. Manhas is a native of Seattle and previously served as senior resident in neurosurgery at Duke University Medical Center.


The online marketplace retailer Etailz has announced five new hires. Adam Cronin and Kirsten Page have been hired as new accounts specialist I. Cronin comes to Etailz from Bingle Enterprises; Page most recently worked at Page Media. Dustin Edwards, previously with Pathology Associated Medical Laboratories, has been hired as buyer I. Lead generation associate Sara Hyde comes to Etailz from James, Vernon & Weeks PA. Jason Nazzaro, hired as product analyst I, is a recent graduate of Eastern Washington University.

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