(1) The Children's Museum of Utah announces ANNE ASMAN as its new executive director. Previously director of marketing for KTVX Television, she worked with businesses and community organizations to build partnerships promoting issues of importance to Utah families. Asman spearheaded most public and private partnership programs airing on KTVX. She will oversee the day-to-day operations, short-term expansion and a major relocation of the Children's Museum from its current home in the former Wasatch Warm Springs Resort Building into the Gateway Plaza, located near the historic Union Pacific railroad.
(2) Specialized Health Products International Inc. announces the appointment of PAUL S. EVANS as vice president and general counsel. He replaces retiring Dr. Gale Thorne, who will continue with the company as a consultant. Evans has been responsible for the patent prosecution for SHPI for the past six years. He has extensive commercial and board of director experience, as well as experience in the patenting, protection and transfer of technology. He received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Utah and a juris doctor degree with honors from the University of Utah College of Law.
(3) BRUCE ALBERTSON, president and CEO of lomega Corporation, was elected to the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce board of directors. Albertson's term of service began Jan. 1 and continues through Dec. 31, 2003.
(4) Precision Vascular Systems Inc. Chairman Dr. Steven Jacobsen announces the appointment of GLENN FOLEY as president and CEO of the company. Foley comes to PVS from Medtronic Vascular where he was vice president of global sales. He was also vice president of sales for Arterial Vascular Engineering before the acquisition of AVE by Medtronic in 1998.
Epixtech Inc. has announced that JULIAN CRITCHFIELD has been named chief technology officer and vice president of research and development. Critchfield, who has a long history in all aspects of the design, development and delivery process of high-end software, will assume responsibility for software architecture, project management, and production for all Epixtech products.
Bennion and Associates announces the promotion of two engineers to the position of principal. (5) STEVEN T. SHEPHERD has seven years experience in mechanical engineering and design, including HVAC and plumbing design, specification writing and mechanical cost estimating. He specializes in educational projects, recreation centers, municipal projects, correctional facilities and systems analysis and investigation. (6) KENNETH M. CARRILLO has 10 years experience in mechanical engineering and design including HVAC design, specification writing, field inspections, trouble shooting, air and water balancing and testing, and mechanical cost estimating. He specializes in laboratory fume hood-exhaust systems, smoke-control systems, mechanical systems commissioning, municipal projects and correctional facilities.
(7) STEVEN WEILER is the new relationship manager with the business banking team at US Bank Utah. Weiler is responsible for developing new business and managing a portfolio of business loans and deposits for Salt Lake City-area businesses with annual sales of $3 to $10 million. Weiler brings over 20 years experience to this position. Previously, he was vice president of Western Bank.
Daw Technologies Inc. announces the appointment of MICHAEL J. SHEA as executive vice president. Shea's primary focus will be on strategic planning and business development for the company. Previously, Shea served as president of Daw's manufacturing business unit.
(8) CRAIG H. BORLIK is the new general manager of Utah's first Krispy Kreme doughnut store in Orem. Borlik will oversee the day-to-day operations of the store as well as community and customer relations. He has worked in the hospitality industry for the past 20 years. Previously, he was the general manager of Applebee's Neighborhood Bar & Grill in Orem.
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