People on the Move – August 9, 2012

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Tucker Hart Adams, economist with Summit Economics, was appointed to the Governor’s Revenue Estimating Advisory Committee, which was created to assist the Office of State Planning and Budgeting project to oversee the state’s annual revenue more effectively. Her term runs to October 2016.

Patricia Michelle Vacha was appointed the Governor’s Dental Advisory Committee to serve as a dental hygienist who serves the senior population. The committee advises the Department of Public Health and Environment on the operation of the Dental Assistance Program. Her term runs to July 2015.

Loren Lancaster is the new president of the Peak Venture Group, a non-profit, professional networking organization for entrepreneurs across all industries. The group formed in 2000 and provides networking programs and education events for business growth. Lancaster has been part of the organization since its inception and launched the spin-off organization Middle Market Entrepreneurs.

Don DeYoung, senior vice president, wealth adviser and senior portfolio manager with The Pann/DeYoung Wealth Management Group at UBS Financial Services in Colorado Springs, CO recently earned the Certified Private Wealth AdvisorSM designation. DeYoung has worked in the financial services industry since 1987 and at UBS since 2009. He provides holistic wealth management and specializes in the accumulation, preservation, utilization and succession of wealth among business owners, c-level executives, medical professions and select families.

Kelsey Faletra joins Maxx HD Sunglasses administrative and accounting team. Faletra graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in writing. Dan Lysyj is Maxx’s new re-order sales manager. He is from Ohio, where he studied business at Cleveland State University. Prior to joining the Maxx, he led a sales team for a large construction renovation company, where he averaged more than $500,000 in sales annually.

Storage industry innovator X-IO appointed Edward Welch as chief financial officer. Welch will oversee X-IO’s financial operations and work with the company’s senior leadership team and board of directors.

Robert Sexton and Mike Miranda are CSI Investigation lead investigators. Sexton was previously with the District Attorney’s Office, 4th Judicial District, El Paso and Teller Counties. Sexton brings more than 30 years experience in law enforcement, managing complex and high-stakes investigations, with a special focus on complex white-collar crime. Miranda has a 30-year career. He was previously with Office of the District Attorney, El Paso County and has investigated hundreds of cases involving homicide, theft, illegal drugs, accident reconstruction and gang violence. Both investigators will be responsible for conducting and coordinating investigations in Colorado and throughout the Western region.

North Colorado Springs Rotary Club named it board for 2012 — 2013. They are: President, Lloyd Nordhausen; Past President, Tascha Yoder; President-Elect, Rosanne Gain; Secretary and President-Elect Nominee, Janna Haas; Treasurer, Mary Cavanaugh; Sergeant at Arms, Tascha Yoder; Board Members, Jesse Moore, Darrell Fleck, David Campbell, Edna Daniels, Luke Smith, John Spidell, and Jack Thomas.

The Rotarian of the Year for 2011 — 2012 is Rosanne Gain. She has been in Rotary since 1988 and an active member of the North Colorado Springs Rotary Club since 1998.

Colorado College named Sean Pieri vice president for advancement. He will start his new position at CC on Oct. 8.