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Honors

Kootenai Health has been awarded North Idaho Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve’s Seven Seals Award for its efforts to support employees who are active members of the National Guard and Reserve. Kootenai Health is the first employer in the region to receive this award.

Architecture

NAC Architecture has announced five additions to the company’s staff. The company has hired Adam Rouns as an architect. He previously worked at Wolfe Architectural Group. Doug Flatow, formerly with MW Consulting Engineers, has been hired as an electrical designer. Julie Allen, who previously worked for Sazan Group, has been hired as a lighting designer. LeaAnne Townsend has been hired as a human resources coordinator following her graduation from Eastern Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in human resources. Ashlee Brewington, who holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Central Michigan University and a master’s in accountancy from Gonzaga University, has been hired as an accounting and payroll analyst.

Miscellaneous

AgWeatherNet, Washington’s Agricultural Weather Network, has selected Washington State University soil scientist David Brown to be the company’s new director. Brown replaces Director Gary Grove, who stepped down Nov. 1. Brown earned his doctorate in soil science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Critical Power Products & Services has hired Taylor Cox as controller. He worked previously as controller at OpenEye for 11 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in finance from Gonzaga University.

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