<strong>Sue Foerster </strong>has been named the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year for Colorado. She is chairwoman of the board for Peak Vista Community Health Centers, and has volunteered service to United Way, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Newborn Hope and Catholic Charities of Colorado Springs.
<strong>Dean Boosalis </strong>has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to Arc Thrift Stores. He is a partner with BKD LLP, and has volunteered service to Arc Thrift Stores for 14 years. Continue Reading People on the Move – 12/8/2006
<strong>Diane Lum </strong>has obtained the Accredited Buyers Representative designation. She is a broker at Rusinak Real Estate.<br><strong>Ivy Canady </strong>has been named public relations manager at The Broadmoor. She has worked at the resort since 2005, most recently as children’s program manager. Continue Reading People on the Move – 11/24/2006Continue reading …
<strong>Gary Scheimer </strong>has obtained the Graduate Realtors Institution designation. He is a broker at Rusinak Real Estate.
<strong>Brenda Reed </strong>has obtained the Accredited Buyers Representative designation. She is a broker at Rusinak Real Estate. Continue Reading People on the Move – 11/17/2006
<strong>James A. Sheridan </strong>has joined Holland & Hart’s intellectual property practice group. He is an associate in the firm’s Denver office.
<strong>Bob Bradford </strong>has joined U.S. Bank as sales manager. He previously was a business development specialist for the University of Phoenix. Continue Reading People on the Move – 11/10/2006
<strong>G. Douglas Schellman CLU, ChFC, LUTCF</strong> has received the J. Stanley Edwards Award, which recognizes distinguished public service and the advancement of the standards of insurance. He is a registered representative with New England Financial.
<strong>Matt Barrett</strong> has been selected as the 2006 State Star of the Colorado Small Business Development Center. He is the director of the local SBDC, which is hosted by the College of Business at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Continue Reading People on the Move – 11/3/2006
<strong>Than Bishop PLS </strong>has been promoted to project surveyor at J.R. Engineering. He has been with the company since 2004.
<strong>Dale E. Payne </strong>and <strong>Carrie L. Semrau </strong>of Dale E. Payne and Associates have completed Certified in Long-Term Care requirements. Continue Reading People on the Move – 10/27/2006
<strong>Teresa Rome </strong>has joined the human resource services department at Mountain States Employers Council. She has more than 10 years of experience.<br><strong>Jeanne Conder </strong>has been named the 2006 Outstanding Fundraising Professional by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Southern Colorado Chapter. She is vice president of Goodwill Industries Foundation and has 26 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. Continue Reading People on the Move – 10/20/2006Continue reading …
<strong>Norman Bellingham </strong>has joined the U.S. Olympic Committee as chief operating officer. He has more than 10 years of experience in business administration, strategic planning and sports management and was a member of the 1984, 1988 and 1992 U.S. Olympic kayak teams.
<strong>Kevin Sanger </strong>has been named general manager of Colorado Springs Country Club. He previously was general manger of The Pinery Country Club and has PGA Class A standing. Continue Reading People on the Move – 10/13/2006
<strong>Douglas E. Decker </strong>has been designated a Design-Build Professional by the Design-Build Institute of America. He is vice president of White Construction Group.
<strong>Adam Self </strong>has joined Pantel Systems Inc. as chief information officer. He has experience in information technology, systems development and integration, communications management, unified messaging and technology architecture. Continue Reading People on the Move – 10/6/2006
<strong>Mary Cathryn Haller</strong> has been appointed interim president and chief executive officer of Silver Key Senior Services. She has more than 19 years of nonprofit and private sector management experience, most recently serving as executive director of the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony Association.
<strong>Irene Ibarra</strong> has been named president and CEO of The Colorado Trust. She is currently the executive vice president of The California Endowment, a health care foundation, and will assume her new position on Nov. 13. Continue Reading People on the Move – 9/22/2006