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Architects West has hired Nathan Huestis as a building information modeling technician. Huestis previously worked for MSI Engineers and has more than 20 years of drafting experience.


Spokane Teachers Credit Union has hired Thomas Jordan as a financial adviser and promoted Andrea Parrish from digital marketing assistant manager to digital brand manager. Jordan previously worked for MassMutual Northwest in Spokane.


Daryll DeWald, chancellor of WSU Health Sciences, has also assumed the role of vice president of health sciences. Deans of WSU’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, College of Nursing and College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, all based in Spokane, will now report to DeWald. Previously, all deans reported to the university provost in Pullman.

Nolan Gruver, executive director of the Center for Workforce, Corporate Training and Continuing Education at the Community Colleges of Spokane, has been elected vice president of the Continuing Education Council for the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.


J-U-B Engineers Inc. has promoted Jay Hassell from transportation group lead to assistant area manager for the northern Idaho regional office. He has worked at the company’s Coeur d’Alene office since 1999.


Inspire Physical and Hand Therapy has hired Jenn Mock following her passage of the Hand Therapy Certification Exam. To be certified, a physical therapist must have a minimum of three years of clinical experience, including 4,000 hours or more in direct practice of hand therapy, and pass a comprehensive test of advanced knowledge related to the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.

Real estate

Windermere Real Estate/Cornerstone has hired broker Dylan Bonds as a Realtor in its Spokane office. Bond worked previously at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and has also worked as a scuba instructor.


Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center has earned three-year national accreditation from The Commission on Cancer. To earn the voluntary accreditation, a cancer program must meet 34 quality care standards, be evaluated every three years and maintain levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care.

Home health aide Samantha Morley of Kindred at Home’s Pullman branch has been honored as one of Kindred at Home’s National Clinicians of the Year. The honor recognizes clinicians for delivering the highest level of care and commitment to patients. Only 12 clinicians are selected for the honor from among the company’s more than 22,000 clinicians.

Leavitt Inland Pacific Insurance Services has been awarded an Agency Excellence Award by Leavitt Group, noting the division’s exceptional growth, profitability and customer service. The agency serves both Spokane and Moscow, Idaho.

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