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Breckon brings on two landscape architects, intern

Breckon Land Design has licensed landscape architects Rodney Evans and Terry King. Evans brings 20 years of experience in commercial, municipal, parks and recreation, healthcare and transportation projects, to the position of project manager. He has been a project manager ...

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Ralston’s Sun Valley office adds realtor

Penny Leopold has joined the Ralston Group Properties Sun Valley office as the resident agent. She has practiced residential and commercial real estate in the Blaine county area for more than 10 years. Leopold graduated from the University of Washington ...

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Icon hires Boise real estate veteran

Ellen S. Heath joins Icon Credit Union as mortgage sales manager, overseeing the mortgage department. Heath has more than 20 years of experience in the Boise real estate and banking industries. She has worked at First Security Bank, Wells Fargo, ...

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Park Place hires consultant

Park Place Property Management has chosen Jacob Loudon to fill their property management consultant position. He brings over 14 years of outside sales and consulting experience. He will be responsible for finding single family and multifamily residential properties to manage.

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Holland & Hart brings on two attorneys

Attorney Richard Andrus and tax attorney Bret Busacker have joined the law firm of Holland & Hart LLP. Andrus advises clients on drafting and negotiating telecommunications agreements involving the provision of video, internet and digital phone services. He also has ...

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Meuleman honored by ENR magazine

Meuleman Mollerup attorney Joe Meuleman has been selected by Engineering News Record magazine for its Mountain States and Plains Top 20 Under 40 competition. An independent jury of industry leaders chooses honorees based on their career experience, industry leadership and ...

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New president for Create Common Good

Create Common Good has named Don Berry president and chief operating officer. A former Trus Joist and Weyerhaeuser executive, he has come out of retirement to manage the organization’s day-to-day internal operations and growth while CEO Tara Russell focuses on ...

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Zions Bank expands commercial lending team

Greg Pence and Jack Precht have joined Zions Bank’s commercial lending team, responsible for developing and maintaining banking relationships with business customers throughout Canyon County. Pence will be based at the Caldwell Financial Center. He brings more than 35 years ...

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Wire Stone reorganizes

Wire Stone is promoting Norman Guadagno to vice president of client engagement and Bill Coffey to chief of delivery management. Guadagno held primary responsibility for the Microsoft, Boeing and Nike accounts and served as managing director of the Seattle office. ...

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Andrus steps down, Johnson steps up

After 18 years, former Governor, Cecil D. Andrus, has stepped down from his “of counsel” role with Gallatin Public Affairs. He is the only Idahoan elected governor four times and to serve in the president’s cabinet. He was Secretary of ...

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