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Seamons promoted to district post at KeyBank

KeyBank has announced the promotion of Jennifer Seamons to vice president, real estate relationship manager, community development, for the Idaho District. As part of her expanding responsibilities, Seamons will be responsible for the financing of affordable housing developments throughout Idaho, ...

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Bolinder to serve on BSU Foundation board

Givens Pursley partner Clint R. Bolinder was recently appointed as a member of the board of directors for the Boise State University Foundation. He will serve a two-year term and joins a group of men and women with diverse economic, ...

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Deloitte chairman to receive U of I leadership honor

Sharon Allen, chairman of Deloitte LLP and an alumna of the University of Idaho, will receive the university’s second Legacy of Leading award on March 4 during an event in Boise. The award honors individuals who have made significant contributions ...

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Gibson named new president, CEO of Syringa Bank

Earlier this month, the board of directors of Syringa Bank announced the appointment and promotion of Scott Gibson to president and chief executive officer of Syringa Bank. “Since joining Syringa Bank in 2001, Scott has demonstrated not only strong financial ...

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Bowman joins Mission Aviation Fellowship in marketing

Nampa’s Mission Aviation Fellowship, the faith-based, nonprofit ministry that serves missions and isolated people around the world with aviation, communications and learning technologies, has added Barbara Bowman as director of marketing and communications. In this position, Bowman will lead the strategic ...

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Kate Nelson to lead Power Cordz

After a transition period over the past three months, Kate Nelson is now leading Io DuPont’s Power Cordz as company founder Tony DuPont focuses on research and development. Nelson said she sees lowered manufacturing costs on the horizon, and growing ...

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Meuleman appointed to national AGC committee

Attorney Joe Meuleman has been named to serve a three-year term on the Construction Leadership Council Steering Committee of the Associated General Contractors of America. The Steering Committee is comprised of just 17 individuals chosen from local AGC chapters across ...

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Ball to staff new I.F. Buckner office

Salt Lake City-based The Buckner Co. has opened a third location in Idaho Falls, following through with the company’s vision to expand and grow business. The company said it is looking for account executives and account managers to work in ...

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