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March 24  |  
PeopleStephanie Greenall was recently chosen as president-elect of the Washington State Chiropractic Association Board of Directors, the only statewide association that represents the chiropractic profession in the state. Greenall operates Lifeplus Health Centers in Lynnwood. She is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College and has been in practice for 22 years.

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March 17  |  
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Economic Alliance Snohomish County has announced the hiring of Jim Stephanson for the new position of director of business development. Previously, Stephanson was a director of development for Bethany of the Northwest, where he had a strong track record of success in fundraising and business development. Stephanson is the brother of Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson.

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March 10  |  
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Alvaro Guillen has been named publisher of La Raza del Noroeste, one of the state’s top Spanish-language publications. Until recently, Guillen served as sales manager for the award-winning paper. Prior to that, the Peruvian native was the sales and marketing manager for Latin America for the German firm Statcom GmBH. Guillen and his family live in Mountlake Terrace.

Landau Associates has promoted 14 employees in the company’s...

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March 3  |  
People

After seven years, Sarri Gilman is resigning as executive director of Leadership Snohomish County at the close of this program year. Gilman also founded Cocoon House in Everett and served as its executive director for 10 years. In the future, she plans to see people in private practice as a therapist, will offer workshops and is publishing a book.

Tamaryn Mount, has joined RE/MAX Direct Realty at 110 4th Ave. in Edmonds. Mount brings a...

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February 17  |  
People1st Security Bank has hired Jeff Nance as a loan officer and manager of its new Bothell Home Lending office. The Bothell resident and U.S. Coast Guard veteran has more than 15 years of industry experience. He has served as both a sales and branch manager prior to joining 1st Security Bank.

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February 10  |  
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Windermere Real Estate has welcomed two new agents to its Mukilteo location. Casey Bowers is new to real estate after a lengthy career as an elementary principal in the Snohomish School District. Laura Smith previously owned Calloway Garden Design in Everett, where she pursued an interest in organic gardening.

George Haldeman was recently appointed Tulalip Resort Casino’s vice president of marketing. Haldeman has more than 25 years...

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January 13  |  
Biz bits: Business news from Snohomish County People

Alana Nelson, CFO/COO and co-owner of Fire Mountain Solar of Mount Vernon, has been elected treasurer of the newly formed professional business association, Solar Installers of Washington. Nelson founded the Skagit Solar Tour in 2001, which expanded in 2013 to include Snohomish County. Over the past 12 years, she has taught numerous classes and workshops on solar energy.

Skagit State Bank announced that Dennis Boe joined the bank as vice...

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November 25  |  
People

Dr. Jason Lukas has joined The Everett Clinic's cancer care team and is now seeing patients at Providence Regional Cancer Partnership in Everett. Lukas is board certified in internal medicine and oncology. He is a U.S. Navy Medical Corps Commander, a member of the American Association for Cancer Research, the American College of Physicians, and the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Claudia McClain,...

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November 15  |  By Noah Haglund
A Singapore-based ocean transport company plans to start making regular calls at the Port of Everett. Austral Asia Line, AAL for short, is a subsidiary of Schoeller Holdings. The company specializes in moving heavy equipment to and from the Far East. Its cargoes often are used to support the energy industry.The port made the announcement about the new business on Friday.

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November 4  |  
PeopleThe Bank of Washington recently named John R. Huey III senior vice president and manager of commercial banking. Huey will lead the bank's team of relationship managers and oversee commercial loan production in Snohomish and King counties. The Bank of Washington is a locally owned, full-service commercial bank headquartered in Lynnwood. Plaudits

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October 29  |  Herald Staff
EVERETT -- A metal-finishing company that processes metals for the aerospace industry was fined $60,000 for unsafe handling and disposal of dangerous waste, the state Department of Ecology announced Tuesday.Blue Streak Finishers, which on its website says it's a Boeing-approved supplier, also was ordered to make a list of fixes in the next 30 to 90 days, according to the state agency.

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October 28  |  
PeopleThe Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance board has a new chairman, vice chairman and board member. J.C. Hall of Esterline Hytek Finishes was elected chairman. He will replace Kevin Steck of EADS Composites Atlantic. Bob Uptagrafft of Impact Washington was elected vice chairman. Aerospace analyst Michel Merluzeau of G2 Solutions was added as a new board member.

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October 21  |  
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1st Security Bank has hired Jim Campbell to be a loan officer in the company's Mountlake Terrace office. Campbell, who grew up on Mercer Island, is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University. He has several years of experience in both the insurance and mortgage industries.

Daryn Bundy has been recognized by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring as the September Volunteer of the Month. The award was given for serving young people in the city of...

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