Lee Campbell of Camco Construction has been named the Spokane Home Builders Association’s 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee. Campbell started a construction business in 1977 that incorporated with Camco Construction in 1993. He served as president of the Spokane Home Builders Association in 1995.
Anthony Schoen recently earned ASHRAE Healthcare Facility Design Professional accreditation. Schoen earned the accreditation for his in-depth knowledge and skills to design complex systems found within hospitals. Schoen, a principal mechanical engineer with MW Consulting Engineers, is one of 13 HFDP-accredited professionals in the state.
Spokane SCORE has been awarded the Washington State District SCORE Chapter of the Year Award, recognizing the largest increase in mentoring sessions, workshops and attendance. The chapter also was recognized for exceeding the national average in client assessment of services. In 2018, Spokane SCORE provided free mentoring and low-cost workshops for 361 entrepreneurs and small business owners. The award was presented by Washington State District SCORE. Spokane’s SCORE chapter was founded in 1967.
The Western Building Material Association has recognized Tim Mitrovich with the Associate of the Year Award. Mitrovich founded Ten Capital Wealth Advisors in 2012 and has been WBMA’s investment account adviser for 10 years. Mitrovich is a graduate of Whitworth University and the University of Washington School of Law. The WBMA is a regional trade association for the building material industry in the Northwest and Alaska.
Joel Nania has been promoted to branch manager for the Small Business Association’s Spokane branch office, serving Eastern Washington and North Idaho. Nania joined the branch in 2013 as an economic development specialist and has focused on marketing, outreach, small business consulting and lending as well as conducting small business seminars. In his new role, Nania will supervise SBA activities and work to connect entrepreneurs with resources throughout the region.
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