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Angie Stonesifer has been hired as creative director by Computer Reuse & Recycling Center (CRRC). Stonesifer has 13 years of professional design experience.

Thorp, Purdy, Jewett, Urness & Wilkinson, PC, in Springfield, announces the association of attorneys Brian Millington and Andrew Clark. Millington received his juris doctor from the University of Oregon and was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2006. Clark was previously senior assistant attorney general in the business transaction section of the general counsel division in the Oregon Department of Justice.

Dr. William Kelley has joined the Springfield office of Physicians of Lane Gastroenterology Associates. Kelley completed his gastroenterology/hepatology fellowship at the University of Virginia.

ShelterCare has hired Debra Selleck as program manager for its Garden Place Program. Selleck has more than 12 years of case management experience in the areas of mental health, and developmental and physical disabilities. ShelterCare has also opened two new programs with the goal of working toward homelessness in Lane County: the Homelessness Prevention Program, which will be headed by resource counselor, Judy May, and the Inside Program, which will be run by case manager David Withem.

Fisher Communications, Inc. has named Greg Raschio vice president and general manager of KVAL-TV in Eugene and satellite stations KCBY-TV in Coos Bay/North Bend and KPIC-TV in Roseburg. Raschio worked previously as the station group's general sales manager and has served as interim general manager since August.

Callie Gautreaux has joined the immigration law office of Hecht & Norman, LLP. Gautreaux is a graduate of the University of Oregon and spent three years in Paraguay with the Peace Corps.

Modern Machinery has hired Rich Dupuis as service manager. Dupuis has worked in the heavy machinery industry for 18 years, most recently as a service manager with Roland Machinery in Schofield, Wis.


Bill Carter, state director of the Oregon Small Business Development Center, has been appointed national examiner of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program for 2006. The program was created by the Federal government to encourage and improve quality and competitiveness among American companies.

Susan Alger, care management director at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, has been appointed to a Governor's Task Force on health care and social services issues.

Cathy Starkey, human resources director at McKenzie-Willamette, has been accepted as a member of the Eugene/Springfield Chamber Leadership Group.

John Wood, plant operations director at McKenzie-Willamette, is serving as president-elect for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) for 2007. He will assume the presidency in 2008.

Greg Ripley, pharmacy director at McKenzie-Willamette, serves on the Baxter Pharmacy Customer Advisory Board (PCAB).

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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Dec 19, 2006
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