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Stefani Daley has been promoted to operations officer at Idaho Independent Bank’s Hayden branch. Daley will oversee employee training related to customer service and banking procedure as well as operational and administrative duties at the branch.

Kyle Janke has been hired as branch manager for Numerica Credit Union’s Regal branch. Janke has 10 years of experience in the financial industry. He comes to Numerica from Inland Northwest Bank, where he served as a branch manager.


Heritage Health, a North Idaho nonprofit primary-care provider group, has announced four new members of its board of directors. Kathie Lyon is a graduate of Eastern Washington University and was one of the founders of Community 1st Bank. George Rohlinger is the executive vice president of corporate development at Apogee Physicians and co-founder of Redyns Medical, a medical technology development company. Liz Montgomery is the founder of Inland Northwest SIDS/SUID Foundation, a nonprofit raising awareness and educating the public about best safe-infant-sleep practices. Paul Amador is state representative for Idaho’s 4th District and previously worked as director of program planning and development at the University of Idaho in Coeur d’Alene.


Roger Harnack has been named regional publisher of Horizon Publications’ Colville and Deer Park operations. He will oversee the Statesman-Examiner, the Sun, The Deer Park Mid-Week Extra and the Deer Park Tribune, covering the area from north Spokane to the Canadian border and from Republic to Ione. Harnack is the former publisher of the Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle and the Daily Sun, in Sunnyside, Washington.


Greater Spokane Incorporated has hired Elizabeth Mills as a membership engagement specialist. Mills, previously marketing director for River Park Square, will work to connect businesses with available resources in the community.

Mark Silver has accepted a corporate position of operations representative/resale specialist at The Cleaning Authority, based in Columbia, Maryland, In the new position, Silver, franchise owner of the Spokane Cleaning Authority since 2003, will work with existing offices transitioning to new ownership.

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