On the move
Published: Sunday, May 5, 2013 at 4:15 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, May 3, 2013 at 5:02 p.m.
Deborah Bartee has acquired Abode, a home decor shop in Montgomery Village. For the past 15 years, Bartee has worked as an interior designer at Pedersen’s Furniture. She has also worked as a buyer for Bullocks department store and Breuners Furniture.
Ken Meyerson has been named director of national retail accounts at V2 Wine Group. Previously, he was director of national accounts at Terravant Wine Company. Over his 17 year career, he has held sales positions with Ascentia Wine Estates, Diageo Chateau & Estates, Terlato Wines and E&J Gallo.
Carol Halverson has joined Petaluma Hyundai as a sales consultant. Halverson has worked as sales consultant in the North Bay auto industry for more than 16 years.
June Brashares has joined Western Pacific Solar as office administrator. Previously, she served as green energy director for Global Exchange and regional director of San Francisco Green Festivals. She is a steering committee member of the Local Clean Energy Alliance.
Diana Brennan has been promoted to senior director of media and community relations at Sonoma Raceway. She has worked in the raceway’s media relations department since 1999, when she was hired as an intern.
Susan Losinski, a certified massage therapist, has joined Massage Envy Spa in Santa Rosa. The franchise is owned by Sharon Cohn.
Standards of Excellence Appliances has opened a new store in Rohnert Park. Christopher Pasquin is branch manager. The appliance showroom is located at 6085 State Farm Dr., Suite 130.
Redwood Credit Union has re-elected three people to its board of directors: Rod Dole, retired county auditor/controller/treasurer/tax collector; Dave Imoto, retired marketing engineer from PG&E; and Lisa Wittke Schaffner, executive director of the John Jordan Foundation.
Two people were re-elected to its supervisory committee: Martin Grove, a retired employee from State Compensation Insurance Fund; and Steve Sharpe, owner of Sharpe Associates.
Robyn Kasper has joined the board of directors at the Community Media Center of the North Bay, filling the vacancy left by the resignation of Julio Martinez. Kasper has been a public producer member of the Community Media Center since 1997.
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