People on the Move – February 25, 2011

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Infront Webworks has hired Dale Warner as its Internet marketing director.

Lana Janc has joined the Memorial Health System Foundation Board of Directors. She is the general sales manager for KILO 94.3 and 1039 KRXP. She was named a Colorado Springs Business Journal Rising Star last year.

Darlene Larson has joined the Memorial Health System Foundation Board of Directors as an ex-officio member, representing the Memorial Health System Auxiliary. She has served on the State Board of Colorado Association of Healthcare Auxilians/Volunteers in a number of roles.

URS Corp. has promoted Lisa Millet to the position of Denver office manager. She has been with URS for 25 years and has served in a variety of roles throughout her tenure.

Jason Homec is now a partner with the public accounting firm of Erickson, Brown & Kloster. He has more than 11 years of experience in auditing, taxation and business advisory services.

First Commercial Bank has hired Marcy Thompson, business development officer and Jeff Anderson, a mortgage banker. Thompson has 18 years of banking experience and will lead the business development efforts for all four banking centers of First Commercial Bank Colorado. Anderson brings 12 years of mortgage banking experience and will oversee the origination and production of residential mortgage loans in the Colorado Springs market.

University of the Rockies has promoted Nicole Perez to the position of senior financial aid specialist. She will be responsible for the administration of all military education benefits. She joined the university in December 2008 as a financial services specialist.

First Western Trust Bank, striving to be the best private bank for the Western wealth management client, announced today that Josh Wilson has been promoted to President of the firm’s Denver office.

John Frazier has been named executive sous chef for The Broadmoor. He was the executive sous chef at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz. for the last five years.