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Scott Whitaker was awarded Rookie of the Year by franchisor Restoration 1. Whitaker opened his Spokane-based franchise in September 2017. He also joined the company’s Million Dollar Club, honoring franchisees who reported more than $1 million in collected revenues during 2018.


Gonzaga University students Anthony Kaskurs and Micaela Granberg have joined Numerica Credit Union’s board of directors as part of a Numerica-Gonzaga School of Business board partnership program. The two are student directors with terms through the end of the school year. Kaskurs is a junior majoring in business administration, and Granberg is a senior majoring in accounting.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has hired Lukus Collins as treasurer and balance sheet strategist. Collins was previously vice president and treasurer at Frontier State Bank. STCU also hired Kelli Fahey and Jennifer Bleggi as home loan officers at the Argonne Home Loan Center in Spokane Valley. Fahey has 15 years of experience working with homebuyers, including in the title insurance industry. Bleggi has 13 years of customer service and real estate experience.


Providence Health has hired Andrew Taylor as chief strategy officer for the Washington and Montana region. He will begin his new position in Spokane on March 11. Taylor worked previously as market vice president for strategy at Ascension Health.

Krista Kahl has been hired by Cancer Care Northwest as a physician assistant. Kahl is an Eastern Washington University graduate and is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

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