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Spokane Teachers Credit Union has added two new directors. Debbie Arbuckle has been hired as director of payment operations and will develop business strategy and oversee daily operations. Arbuckle, who has 25 years of experience in business development and management, previously worked as senior vice president of deposit operations at Inland Northwest Bank. Amy Warker has been hired as director of brand marketing and will handle advertising, website and social media channels and media relations. Warker, who has 15 years of experience, most recently worked in event marketing at The Spokesman-Review.

Northwest Farm Credit Services has promoted Candy Casteal to senior vice president of capital markets. Based in the company’s Spokane office, she previously served as its senior vice president of credit.


Wilbert Precast Inc. has hired Sheryl Johnson as a corporate controller. Johnson joins the company with more than six years of experience in public accounting on an outsourced CFO team.


Hayden-based ALLWEST Testing & Engineering has hired Jane Salmons as human resources manager. Salmons, who joins ALLWEST with 25 years of experience in human resources, previously worked for 14 years as Trindera Engineering’s human resources manager.

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