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CORRECTION (ran 12/29/2006): Bayberry Commons Assisted Living & Memory Care will open in Springfield in early 2007. A Business Beat item on Page B4 on Tuesday incorrectly indicated the business is currently open.


Dr. Zuzanna Wieckowska has joined South Lane Medical Group's internal medicine practice in Cottage Grove.

Wieckowska completed residencies in internal medicine and family practice and a fellowship in geriatric medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Pacific Continental Bank has promoted the following employees at its headquarters in downtown Eugene: Sarah Keylock will be the Community Reinvestment Act compliance officer, and Mellani Ocampo will be manager of special projects.

Keylock has been an employee with the bank since 1989. Ocampo has been with the bank since 1996 and will retain the title of assistant vice president.

Tomlin Benefit Planning has hired Patty Kraskoff as an employee benefits agent in its Eugene office.

Dr. Brigitte Piniewski has been hired by Oregon Medical Laboratories in Eugene to conduct research in the use of laboratory testing for wellness management and disease prevention.

Piniewski received her medical degree from the University of British Columbia and has 14 years of medical experience.

Bill Malak has been promoted to senior vice president of employee development at West Coast Bank.

Malak splits time between the Salem and Eugene main branches. He has worked for the company since 2000.


OBEC Consulting Engineers in Eugene was voted a top 10 firm in Structural Engineer Magazine's "2006 Best Firm to Work for" contest. OBEC provides bridge and roadway engineering and surveying services.

The local chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction has elected the following officers: president, Ellie Cooper of Safway Supply, Inc.; vice president, Twylla Tatum of Delta Sand & Gravel; president-elect, Robin Langkamp of Farwest Steel; recording secretary, Lyn Winegar of Eugene Sand & Gravel, Inc.; corresponding secretary, Diana Corbin of JB Electric, Inc.; treasurer, Heidi Oldenburg of JB Electric; immediate past president, Carrie Fortier of Jones & Roth P.C.; and board members, Sharon Brouillette of Home Comfort, Michele Riggs of Emerald Excavating, Tina Barnes of Tina Barnes Architect, Inc., and Nancy Ograin of MBI Inc.

The Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts in Eugene has elected the following board members: Carol Swaim, Stephanie Kelly, Jason Saunders and Steve Oshatz.

Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel & Crematorium in Cottage Grove has received the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) 2006 Pursuit of Excellence Award.

Open for business

P & P Therapeutic Counseling Services, owned by Porshea' Pendleton, recently opened at 767 Willamette St., Suite 306, in Eugene.

The company offers co-parenting workshops and anger management classes for young children as well as counseling for couples, families and individuals.


DocuTRAK Imaging Inc. has moved to a new location at 111 E. 11th Ave. in Eugene.

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Date:Dec 26, 2006
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