Appointments, promotions and awards in the business community.
Advertising: Mark Feldman was appointed senior vice president of sales and business development and Saleel Sathe vice president for product management at AdReady.
Architecture: Ralph Martin and Chris Jimenez joined Baylis Architects. Rod Hammer joined EHS Design as a project manager and Jean Brendecke was hired as a marketing assistant.
Banking: Carol Bell was named assistant vice president and branch manager and Marie Auriol assistant branch manager at the new Peoples Bank branch in Snohomish.
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Health care: Steven Hurwitz was named vice president of human resources at Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center.
Law: David Weber was elected principal at Riddell Williams.
Newspapers: Jerry Weber was hired as online product director at The Seattle Times Co.
Recruitment services: Joe Strain was named executive vice president at JobPlex.
Technology: Tom St. Onge was appointed vice president of business development at Hubspan.
Travel: Terrie Lonergan was appointed vice president of marketing at Virtuoso.
Wireless communications: Jeff Ross was named vice president of products at Cequint.
Management services: Darren Grady joined as partner, The Clarion Group’s West Coast office in Kirkland.
Organizations: Rosanne Nichols was appointed vice president of development and external affairs at the Seattle Humane Society, Bellevue.
Technology: Andy Terentjev was hired as senior vice president of business development at alerts.com, Bellevue.
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