Idaho Faces-Week of 11/18/11
More new hires at Keller Williams Realty in Boise
Real estate sales professionals Beau Reinhard and Patrick Wright have joined the staff at Keller Williams Realty Boise Market Center.
Reinhard earned his bachelor’s degree in communication and criminal justice, working as a juvenile probation officer prior to becoming a realtor. He has been in the real estate industry for four years and has earned his short-sale and foreclosure resource designation. He is actively working towards his associate broker’s license.
Wright has an extensive background in existing home sales (including short-sales) and new construction. He has been in the real estate industry for 12 years and serves Meridian, Eagle and surrounding areas.
United Country-Musick & Sons adds new agent
United Country-Musick & Sons has added Jessica Skinner to its real estate team. Skinner has 13 years of real estate experience in different aspects of the industry.
She has lived in Idaho all of her life and has spent the last 10 years living on the Camas Prairie. Married to a professional land surveyor, she has learned the legalities of property boundaries and the laws that govern land disputes. She also has a strong background in the appraisal field.
Judy DeBoer joins Thornton Oliver Keller
Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate has hired Judy DeBoer as its accounting manager.
DeBoer has over 21 years of accounting experience and will be responsible for preparing and managing the comprehensive reporting and budgetary processes necessary to the firm’s 4.6 million square feet of property management business. She is a member of the firm’s management team, which is responsible for creating and implementing corporate goals and direction.
Paul Davis Restoration hires Mike Koseki
Paul Davis Restoration has hired Mike Koseki to fill the position of project manager. Koseki has a well-rounded background in several construction trades and more recently as a superintendent of residential construction. He has over 12 years experience in construction-related work.
He will be responsible for scoping new property losses, developing and submitting comprehensive estimates, overseeing and managing current projects, and developing new initiatives to improve the range, quality and timeliness of the services offered by PDR.
Syringa Networks taps Larry Price for post
Syringa Networks has named Larry Price to its executive team as vice president of sales and marketing. He brings more than 20 years of sales management experience, most recently with TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco Electronics). In his new role, Price will be responsible for supporting the company’s infrastructure expansion in Idaho and Utah.
Price spent the past 16 years working in a variety of roles at ADC Telecommunications and TE Connectivity. He was responsible for the management of major accounts and services throughout the United States and parts of South America.
Naomi Plumley receives promotion at Leavitt
Leavitt Group of Boise has promoted Naomi Plumley to director of commercial client services. The promotion is a result of the agency’s continued growth and expansion of services.
The Leavitt Group of Boise partners with clients in managing their risk by evaluating current needs, taking action to lessen the chance of a loss, and helping them reduce their insurance costs. The Leavitt Group of Boise is an affiliated agency with the Leavitt Group, an organization of independent insurance agencies.
Health underwriters group announces new officers
The Idaho Association of Health Underwriters, an organization of health insurance agents, brokers and other professionals, has named its 2011-2012 state officers and executive board.
David Wilcox of Magic Valley Insurance in Twin Falls has been named state president of the association. Other state officers include: president-elect, Tom Shores, Boise; past president, Scott Leavitt, Boise; secretary/treasurer, Trent Sutton, Pocatello; and PAC/HUPAC chair, Cricket Stirling, Twin Falls.
Committee leaders are: Professional Development, Terrie Trevino, Boise; Professional Development vice chair, Steve Moore, Twin Falls; Membership, Angie Jackson, Boise; Retention, Trent Nate, Boise; Media Relations, Darrald Bean, Boise; and Communications, Darrell Eastburn, Boise.
Also serving in leadership roles will be: communications vice chair, Scott Stanley, Twin Falls; legislative chair, Scott Leavitt, Boise; Treasure Valley president, Terrie Trevino, Boise; north Idaho president, Brad Miles, Coeur d’Alene; south Idaho president, Ryan Heider, Twin Falls; and east Idaho president, Dawn Larson, Blackfoot.
Wendy Leatham, Boise, will serve as executive assistant.