Brent Beebe was named senior vice president, merchandising, at Seattle-based Bartell Drugs.
Beebe will oversee merchandising and category management, while assuming the lead in merchandising innovation for Bartell Drugs’ 63 locations.
Beebe was most recently vice president/general merchandise manager for Jo-Ann Stores and previously held executive and buyer positions with Fred Meyer and Meier & Frank.
Commercial real estate:
Chad Waldbaum joined NAI Puget Sound Properties in Bellevue as vice president. Nicholas Ramirez joined the South Seattle office of Kidder Mathews, where he will specialize in industrial leasing and sales.
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Bunny Lee was hired as junior marketing coordinator, Camryn Growden was hired as office coordinator, Paul Bonaci was hired as senior project manager and
Pete Maniccia was hired as senior project design engineer at PSF Mechanical, Seattle.
Terry Bendrick was promoted to director of real-estate development at Skanska USA, Seattle.
Nick Bannon was hired by Elliott Bay Design Group, Seattle.
Dave Arkley was named chief financial officer and Michiel Walsteijn, executive vice president, international business at Edifecs, Bellevue.
Michael Hogan joined Seed IP Law Group in Seattle as a partner in
its Biotechnology, Chemistry & Pharmaceuticals Group.
Nan Knitter-Jack was hired as director of finance and human resources at the Millionair Club Charity, Seattle.
Sally Brunette was hired as development director at Book-It Repertory Theatre, Seattle.
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