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admin//October 18, 2004

People (3011)

admin//October 18, 2004

Gallina joins Nampa engineering firm in accountant post

Treasure Valley Engineers, Nampa, has announced the addition of Meg Gallina to its staff as an accountant. She will be responsible for information management and accounting analysis.

She is a 2002 graduate of Boise State University, with a bachelor of business administration degree in accountancy. She has lived in Nampa since 1979. Her work experience includes seasonal projects as office assistant, research technician, and in construction management.

Ryan Martin hired at D.K. Commercial

D.K. Commercial has announced the addition of Ryan Martin to its staff as a commercial specialist. He is a 2004 Eagle High School graduate and is attending Boise State University, where he is majoring in business management.

Martin is the youngest licensed Realtor in the state of Idaho. In 2003 he was chosen from Eagle High School to receive the Award of Excellence presented by the city of Eagle. His selection was based on his integrity, willingness to help others, and on being a good example to his peers. He is a member of the Ada County Explorers, through which he has contributed in excess of 2,500 hours of community service.

John L. Scott hires Orton as agent

John L. Scott-Boise Downtown has announced the addition of agent Sara Orton to its team. &#160

Orton has worked in communications for five years with companies such as ESPN, Fox Sports, KIDO, and Boise Traffic.

She is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Idaho Association of Realtors. She is also active in the Original South Boise Neighborhood Association.

The Boise Downtown office is located at 1500 W. Bannock. Orton can be reached at 345-0322.

Home Federal picks Eisenbarth as vice president of IT

Home Federal has announced that Alison Eisenbarth has taken the position of vice president of information technology. Eisenbarth is based out of the Nampa Corporate Office, 500th Avenue South.

Eisenbarth is responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of the information technology department at Home Federal to ensure quality service, information security, operational efficiency, effective cost control and legal and regulatory compliance.

She holds a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Idaho State University and a master’s certificate in project management from The George Washington University School of Business and Public Management. She also has over 10 years of banking and technology experience combined.

She has worked with U.S. Bank and Sears-Boise Technology Center.