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Dr. Steve Aufderheide has been hired to serve on the medical staff at Sacred Heart Medical Center. Aufderheide is an anesthesiologist with Anesthesia Service of Eugene.

Pujita Mayeda has been hired as membership and visitor services assistant at the Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County Oregon. Mayeda previously worked as an administrative assistant for the Pacific Crest Trail Association and the McKesson/HBOC Group in Sacramento.

Becky Smith has joined Funk/Levis of Eugene as an account manager and media director. She previously worked as a communications manager for Peterson Pacific Corp. in Eugene. Funk/Levis is a design and marketing firm.


Douglas Richards has been elected president of the board of directors for Bridgeway House, an autism nonprofit agency based in Eugene. Richards is a financial planner with Prudential Financial.

Dr. William Alexander of Eugene won an award of excellence in forensic odontology at last month's annual scientific meeting in Dallas, Texas, of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Alexander is a forensic consultant.

Larry Deck and Mike Saul have been elected as members of the board of directors of Willamette Family, which provides treatment for chemical dependency at four Eugene facilities. Deck is a certified public accountant, and Saul is the owner of Possibilities LLC. Also, Bill Service, chief executive officer of Elmer's Restaurants, rejoined the agency's board.

The Financial Planner's Association's mid-Oregon chapter has named its board of directors for 2004. Officers are: president Michael Syman-Degler, of the Syman-Degler Agency; vice president Scott Schultz of Schultz and Associates Law Center; secretary Tish Hanson, a certified financial planner; and treasurer Larry Jaffe, a certified public accountant. Other board members are: Bernadette Teller Warwick of Financial Transitions Solutions LLC., Charlene Carter of Carter & Carter Financial Inc., David Bonebrake of American Express Financial Advisors, Linda Thomas-Bush of U.S. Bank Private Client Group, Mike Ritchey of Future Planning Systems, Scot Berryman of Morgan Stanley, Jack Whitten of Lincoln Financial Advisors and executive director Marie McMath.


Wells Fargo & Co. has moved its Private Client Services office in Eugene to the seventh floor at 800 Willamette St. The office was previously on the first floor of the Wells Fargo building at 99 E. Broadway. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo's Business Banking Group was moved from another floor at 99 E. Broadway to the former Private Client Services office.

Home Instead Senior Care has moved to 149 W. 12th Ave., Suite 110, in Eugene. The caregiver business is owned by Debbie Olsen.

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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Apr 1, 2004
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