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David DeBond was named business development officer (BDO) at Sound Community Bank, a subsidiary of Seattle-based Sound Financial Bancorp.

As BDO, a new position for the bank, DeBond will partner with all five branch locations to develop new business relationships while maintaining existing ones.

DeBond has 14 years of banking experience, including positions in relationship sales and management.

Assisted living:
Tracy Knoxwas appointed chief financial officer and Clifford Cancelosi as chief information officer at A Place for Mom, Seattle.

Coffee:
Deverl Maserang was named executive vice president leading the Global Supply Chain Organization at Starbucks, Seattle.

Conservation:
Tim Farrell was hired as chief program officer at Forterra (formerly Cascade Land Conservancy), Seattle.

Construction:

Alan Dunbar was promoted to vice president of preconstruction at Skanska USA, Seattle. Kristi Curry, Mark Stanhope, Jesse Michaletz and Wade Pinkerton joined Mortenson Construction, Seattle.

Education:
Andy Williams and Elliot Stern were appointed as deans at Edmonds Community College.

Engineering:
Peter Eberle, Yan-Hon Chong and Brian Robinett were hired as project engineers; Robert Lauderdale and Daimian Bingham as mechanical designers; Richard Rhodes as CAD Technician; Holly Newman as controller; and Sophana Kong as front-desk coordinator at Notkin, Seattle.

Law:
Krystal LeVeque joined Cairncross & Hempelmann as director of business development, Seattle. Thomas FitzGerald joined Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness in Seattle.

Marketing:
Max Brown was hired as account coordinator, Joy Nindel-Edwards as a social-media community manager and Charlene Short as office manager at DNA, Seattle.


Organizations: Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy was elected president of the Puget Sound Regional Council, Seattle.


Restaurants:
Rashawd Willett was appointed general manager of KORAL Bar & Kitchen, Bellevue.

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