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Ross Rogers was named regional managing director for wealth markets in the Pacific Northwest at Union Bank, Seattle.

Rogers will oversee wealth-management teams in Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Bellevue and Portland.

Rogers has more than 35 years in the financial-services industry. Before joining Union Bank, Rogers served as president and CEO of Comerica Securities and has held leadership positions at US Bancorp/Piper Jaffray and Shearson/Smith Barney.

Paula Brown was promoted to assistant manager of consumer loan operations at Washington Federal, Seattle. Tony Yee was named vice president of commercial banking at Union Bank, Seattle.

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Joel Oleson was hired as managing director at Salient6, Seattle.

Kjell Stendal
was hired as a marketing coordinator at Otak, Kirkland.

Financial services:
Mark Palsson was named a vice president of investments at JHS Capital Advisors, Bellevue.

Health care:
Dr. Joseph Gifford was named chief of strategic innovation for the Providence and Swedish affiliation, Seattle.
Dr. Ellen Passloff, Dr. Rhonda Levitt and Dr. Eric Chrisinger
joined The Polyclinic, Seattle.

David Tan was appointed sales executive in the property and casualty group at Kibble & Prentice, a USI company, Seattle. Aran Buchan was named an account executive at Bothell-based Lovsted-Worthington.

Law: Michael Sherman joined Siderius Lonergan & Martin, Seattle.

Medical technology:
Mitch Parrish was named chief operating officer at Physio-Control, Redmond.

Russell Stepp was named to the Northwest Kidney Centers Foundation Board, Seattle. Brendan Kolding was re-elected chair of Amici, the Fulcrum Foundation’s young-professonals’ organization in Seattle.

Professional services:
Douglas Sirotta was named a senior tax partner at Ernst & Young, Seattle. James Munn was named a manager for the national senior living health-care consulting group at CliftonLarsonAllen, Seattle.

Joshua Schmidt was promoted to vice president, chief information security officer at Vertafore, Bothell.

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