People on the move

People on the move

— Dr. R. Kim Davis has joined the IHC Physician Group at the IHC Sandy Ear Nose and Throat Clinic. Davis is a graduate of Utah State University and the University of Utah School of Medicine. Prior to joining IHC, Davis served as chief of otolaryngology at two Utah medical facilities.

— Dr. Craig N. Stevens has joined the IHC Physician Group at the IHC Sandy Ear Nose and Throat Clinic. Stevens has more than 22 years of private practice experience. He is a graduate of the U. School of Medicine and completed his surgical training at the University of California at Irvine and his residency at the U. Medical Center.

— Dr. Jacob A. Varghese has joined the IHC Physician Group at the McKay-Dee Pediatrics Clinic in Ogden. Varghese served most recently as an attending pediatrician at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, Pa. He is a graduate of Upstate Medical University in New York and completed his pediatrics residency at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.

— Bob Jacobs was elected vice president at Stanley Consultants. Jacobs is a principal transportation engineer, manager of Stanley’s engineering operations group, and recently was named the company’s chief transportation engineer. He is a graduate of Lafayette College and Carnegie-Mellon University and is a licensed professional engineer in eight states.

— The U. board of trustees has named Dr. Peter E. Jensen as chairman of the U. Medical School’s Department of Pathology. Jensen joins the U. from Emory University School of Medicine, where he served as professor and vice chair of pathology and laboratory medicine, and director of the school’s Division of Experimental Pathology. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Vanderbilt University Medical School.

— Dr. Renato Saltz was elected secretary general of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Saltz has private practices in Salt Lake City and Park City and is board certified in plastic and general surgery. In 1998, Saltz founded the Image Reborn Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on helping women with breast cancer. Saltz is the first Utahn to serve as secretary general of the ISAPS.

— Richter7, a Salt Lake-based advertising and public relations agency, has hired David Martin as media director. Martin has 16 years of media planning and buying experience. Prior to joining Richter7, Martin managed regional media for a major automaker in Detroit.

— Chris Parry was named president for Wells Fargo Bank’s North Davis County area. Parry has more than 20 years of financial services experience. At Wells Fargo, she has served as membership banking manager, market area manager, retail sales manager and project training manager. Parry is a graduate of Brigham Young University.

— The Utah Association of Health Underwriters has named its executive officers for the 2004-2005 year. W. Richard Herd, McDermott Co. & Associates, will serve as president. Kenneth G. Kuhni, First West Benefit Solutions, was named president elect. Stephen J. Woolston, GBS Benefits Inc., is past president. The UAHU represents more than 350 insurance agents and brokers and is the statewide chapter of the National Association of Health Underwriters.

— Jimmy Doyle has joined Liberty Homes as a new home specialist. Doyle has 13 years of experience in construction, banking and real estate and is a former home builder.

— Irwin Union Bank and Trust Co. announced two staff additions. Michael Howard was named cash management representative for the Salt Lake market. He will be responsible for helping commercial clients with their deposit and other financial services. Howard has six years of banking experience. Vince M. Mancuso was named vice president and commercial lender. He will be responsible for helping business clients with commercial borrowing and other financial services needs. Mancuso joined Irwin Union in February and most recently served as vice president and portfolio manager. He is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University.

— Evans & Sutherland Computer Corp. has appointed Kevin A Paprzycki as chief financial officer and corporate secretary. Paprzycki replaces E. Thomas Atchison, who accepted another position with another company. Paprzycki joined Evans & Sutherland in 1999, serving as director of planning and analysis. He is a certified public accountant, certified management accountant, certified financial manager and holds a master’s in business administration from the U.

— The Blue Cross-talkers Toastmasters Club named its new officers. John Maher is president; Heidi Hopper is vice president- education; Teri Underwood is vice president-membership; and Murry Mullenax is vice president-public relations. The Blue Cross-talkers Toastmasters Clue is one of more than 9,000 Toastmasters clubs worldwide.

— American Skiing Co. has named Jenna Prescott vice president of retail operations. Prescott will oversee all retail, rental and repair operations for the company’s seven resorts. She has 24 years of experience in ski and snowboard retail operations and has been with American Skiing for the past 20 years.

— Warren Bell, owner of Lake Mountain Turf Farms in Sandy, was elected vice president of Turfgrass Producers International. At TPI, Bell has served as trustee and secretary treasurer. He has also served as director of the Utah Nursery and Landscape Association.

— Bank of American Fork has named Richard Beard as president, effective Jan. 1, 2005. Beard has been involved with Bank of American Fork for more than eight years, serving as the bank’s general legal counsel for much of that time. His financial background includes a corporate finance law practice, and he has served as chairman of the Securities section of the Utah Bar. Beard was a corporate attorney for 26 years.

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