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Architecture

Kenneth Spicer has been hired as an office manager at Bernardo|Wills Architects. Spicer will help support the firm’s operations, including the areas of marketing, staffing, architectural projects and finances. Spicer has previous experience as an office manager working for The Arc of Spokane.

Law

Witherspoon Brajcich McPhee PLLC has added three attorneys, Taudd Hume, Rob Burnett and Jim Parsons. Their areas of practice include real estate, land use and zoning, environmental, municipal, business, commercial, mergers and acquisitions, securities, franchise, taxation and estate planning.

HonorsAltek Inc. President Mike Marzetta was awarded Executive of the Year by Aerospace Futures Alliance at its 15th Annual Summit earlier this month. Marzetta was praised for his contribution to creating a positive workplace culture at Altek Inc. as well as leading various innovative projects such as partnering with The Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation and Washington State University to create mask-based sensors to monitor coronavirus infection in real time.

Marzetta is also the president of MINDS-I Inc. Robotics, an educational organization that promotes STEM learning by providing students with labs, curriculum and robots with simple builds and programming.

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