On the Job - Dec. 16, 2011
A-Train Marketing Communications Inc. hired Jason Hay as senior account manager. Hay will work with clients to assess marketing needs and provide instrumental account service in the development and execution of marketing campaigns, working in conjunction with A-Train's creative and research teams.
Embrace Northern Colorado welcomed new board member Dan Austin. Austin has more than 20 years of professional experience with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and is a member of the Mountain Plains Group in Greeley.
The Loveland Chamber of Commerce announced its 2012 Board of Directors: Dave Clark - chair, Nathan Klein - chair elect, Christine Kapperman - chair emeritus, Philip Kembel - treasurer, Miki Roth - secretary. Stephanie Fancher, Pete Gazlay and John Metcalf were voted in as new board members. Additional board members are: Rick Hontz, Jean Mooney, John Shaw, Marvin Spanbauer, Marilyn Stone, Jodi Tabert and Marilyn Schock - past chair.
Dr. Jonathan Franco joined OB/GYN Associates of Loveland. Franco is a Colorado native and completed medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver and a residency at Maricopa Medical Center and St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix. He has practiced medicine since 1995 in Fort Collins and Denver.
Rehabilitation and Visiting Nurse Association hired full-time staff members Aileen Barry and June Jerger. Barry will direct public relations and marketing duties while Jerger has been hired as business development coordinator. With offices in Greeley and Fort Collins, the home health nonprofit organization provides skilled nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, and home health aide services.
Betsy Gammon, administrator at Emergency Physicians of the Rockies, has achieved Fellowship designation in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, the certifying body of the Medical Group Management Association. Fellowship in ACMPE is the highest distinction in the medical group management profession. Gammon has been the administrator for EPR, a medical practice of 26 emergency physicians and 18 nurse practitioners and physician assistants, for the past 15 years.
Steven Harlan has joined Guaranty Bank and Trust as senior vice president and manager of Private Banking and Trust. Harlan will be responsible for leading the Private Banking and Trust team and developing key relationships throughout Colorado. Dave McNeil has been appointed vice president and relationship manager of the private banking group at GBT. McNeil will be responsible for supporting and cultivating relationships with high net worth clients.
Kevin Gile and Dave Hallett were both promoted to directors in the audit practice for accounting firm Anton Collins Mitchell LLP. Scott Grimm was promoted to director in the tax practice.
Sample & Bailey, CPAs welcomed three new additions to its staff. Jesse McConnell and Dawn Reed will both provide expertise as audit managers. Lauren Paul, a recent graduate of the University of Colorado, Denver, will serve as a tax staff accountant.
Bruce Walthers has been appointed vice president of the Larimer Campus of Front Range Community College, effective Jan. 3, 2012. Walthers has been vice president for student services and enrollment management at Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood since 2000. He will oversee the development of new programs that respond to workforce demands, and develop and maintain strong relationships with school districts, CSU, community organizations, and business and industry.
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Natalie Riquelme joined Lafayette-based The Creative Alliance as a client services manager.
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L.D. Chase joined the sales team at Broomfield-based BSC Signs, and will work primarily in Larimer and Weld counties. Chase has more than 12 years of experience in helping clients with
Paul Mueller, managing director of Loveland-based accounting firm Mueller & Associates CPA LLC, was elected
State Farm campus ownership changes, again
House OKs higher fines for oil companies