People on the Move – May 13, 2011

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Home Front Cares has announced a number of new board member positions, including Lt. Gen. Edward Anderson (Ret.) board chair and Al Batey as board vice chair.

Other board members include John Radcliffe, John Sikora, Elizabeth Stolfus, Duane Jansen, Andy Cain, Tom Daschbach, Alan Gregory, Jan Murphy and Michelle Rau.

Advisory board members include Keith Klaehn, Brian Louf and Mark Pieffer.

Rori Coombs has joined the sales team at The Broadmoor. She will be responsible for the southeast and northeast regions. Coombs has more than 15 years of experience in the resort industry. She most recently worked as a meeting planner for the Northeastern Association of Equine Practitioners.

Energy Resource Center has hired Susan Fountain Parker to implement the development, fundraising, and community awareness of the Governor’s Energy Office weatherization program. She was previously the marketing and development manager for Cheyenne Village.

Ent Federal Credit Union announced the hiring of Melissa Kerr as the business banker of the credit union’s south area service centers. Kerr has been in the financial services industry for more than 16 years.

Esther Hornecker, senior mortgage advisor with Coldwell Banker Home Loans in Colorado Springs, has been given the President’s Club award for superior performance in 2010. She previously earned the award in 2006, 2008 and 2009.

New board members for the American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado are Eric Young, president; Michael Ellsberry, vice president; and Greg Roush, secretary/treasurer.

Peoples National Bank has announced several promotions, including:

Justen Powell, who has been hired as vice president of lending and business development. He returns to Peoples National after spending four years with Pueblo Bank and Trust as a commercial lender.

Business Officer Bregette Ginther has been promoted to vice president of business development. She has been with the bank for nearly 10 years.

Andy Inman has been hired as an investment professional. He joins the bank after serving nearly three years with Edward Jones.

Cindy Wehlage returns to PNB as vice president and Colorado retail service and support manager. She was with the bank previously for 10 years as senior sales and support officer.

Staci Bills is now El Paso County manager and will oversee the operation of the bank’s Fountain and Widefield locations in addition to the Tejon Street location where her primary office is.

Jeanne Lazor has been named branch manager of the bank’s North Academy branch.

Doug Rottinghaus, Collin Cassidy, Sandy Phelps, Kim Harbert and Devin Johnsen have been hired or promoted as assistant branch managers.