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Constance von Meuhlen was promoted to managing director of Alaska Airline’s airframe, engine and component maintenance repair and overhaul, and will lead maintenance teams, supplier operations and Alaska’s materials and stores organization.

She has spent 20 years in aviation maintenance and was general manager of Pratt and Whitney’s Canada service center and director of airframe maintenance at Air Canada. A U.S. Army veteran, von Meuhlen flew Black Hawk helicopters.

Accounting: Tina Skidmore was hired as a tax partner at PwC, Seattle.

Airlines:Mary Hefty was named managing director of station operations for Horizon Air, Seattle.

Banking:Greg Leeds, CEO and president of Renton-based Wizards of the Coast, was appointed to the board of directors of the Seattle branch of the Federal Reserve Bank. Doug Weber was named principal business-banking relationship manager at Wells Fargo, Seattle.

Construction: Mindy Uber was promoted to safety director at Skanska USA in Seattle, which also hired Ken Cauble, Tony Hartley, Ken Wagner, Jeff Russell and Brisa Leachman.

Engineering: George Culbertson joined Parametrix, Auburn.

Law:Paul EchoHawk joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, Seattle.

Manufacturing:Matt Fearon was named president at Terex AWP, Redmond.

Marketing: Mary Baker was hired as account manager and Patricia Marr as marketing coordinator at Hodgson/Meyers, Kirkland.

Nonprofits:Asa Tate was hired as director of major gifts at Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington, Seattle. Dr. Cyrus Cryst was named a trustee at Northwest Kidney Centers and Dr. Lisa Florence, Brian Forcum and R. Thomas Olson were named members of the board of the Northwest Kidney Centers’ Foundation, Seattle.

Real estate:Joan Probala was named president of Seattle King County Realtors, Bellevue.

Technology:Yury Larichev was appointed chief executive at Acumatica, Kirkland.

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