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Accounting

Jason Hunter has joined BDO USA LLP’s Spokane office as a tax senior manager. He comes to Spokane from BDO’s Salt Lake City office, where he was a senior manager. Hunter has 10 years of public accounting experience and specializes in federal and state compliance for corporations, wealthy individuals and tax planning.

Banking

John Widman has joined State Bank Northwest as senior vice president/director of agrilending. Widman has 20 years of community banking experience and is a 30-year veteran of agriculture and finance. Widman was formerly president of Farmington State Bank.

Health

David Kordish has moved his practice. Brisbane Eyecare is now at 12209 E. Mission Ave., Suite 9, in Spokane Valley. The office’s new telephone number is (509) 443-3145.

Home Care Pulse has recognized Care To Stay Home as a Provider of Choice for the third year in a row. The award is presented to the top-ranking home care providers in the nation based on client satisfaction ratings. Care To Stay Home is at 12810 E. Nora Ave., Suite A, Spokane Valley.

Media

Cindy Guthrie is senior sales executive with Statehood Media, of Bend, Oregon. Statehood Media is the publisher of 1889, a Washington lifestyle magazine; 1859, a similar publication focused on Oregon; and OnTrak, the official seat-back publication for Amtrak Cascades. Guthrie, based in Spokane, has worked in print sales and marketing for eight years.

Resource Planning

Caj Matheson, a Coeur d’Alene Tribal member, has been named natural resources director for the Coeur d’Alene Tribe. In the role, Matheson will oversee fishery, wildlife, forestry, fire and other programs. He has worked with the tribe’s Lake Management Department since 2012.

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