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    Whitt

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    Moyer

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    Siegford

Siegford joins HMH

HMH Engineering announced the addition of GE Siegford, P.E., who has joined the HMH team as a senior project manager.

GE is a professional engineer with over 24 years of diverse civil engineering experience primarily focused in roadway design and transportation engineering. His experience includes the supervision, management and coordination of sub-consultants and ITD’s materials, environmental, survey, and traffic sections to deliver projects on time.

HMH Engineering is a North Idaho-owned company providing engineering and consulting services in the fields of land and site development, water and sewer engineering, material testing, GIS and surveying, and transportation engineering.

GE was born in Missoula, but moved to North Idaho with his family when he was a child. He loves to take advantage of the many outdoor opportunities Idaho has to offer, while spending time with his wife and three sons.

Whitt earns designation

Mark Whitt with Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty was recently awarded the Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) designation by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC) of the National Association of Realtors.

Whitt earned the national designation by attending and successfully completing a comprehensive course covering a variety of subjects including: contract law, professional standards, sales and marketing, finance, and risk reduction.

Whitt can be contacted at 208-755-3701, MarkWhitt@windermere.com or www.IdahomeGuide.com.

INB welcomes Moyer

INB announced that Leza Moyer has joined INB as vice president and branch manager at its Hayden location. Moyer brings to INB many years of branch management experience in the North Idaho region.

STCU adds key employees

Spokane Teachers Credit Union announced the addition of four new employees to beef up its commercial and business division.

Those recently added to the STCU staff are:

Christie Moore, STCU commercial banking manager, who comes to STCU with 21 years of experience at financial institutions, most recently as a commercial loan officer at Numerica Credit Union.

Kerri Schoolcraft, business banking administrator, who worked for 16 years at Washington Trust Bank, most recently as commercial real estate operations manager. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration, management and operations from University of Phoenix.

Sean Gilbert, STCU commercial banking officer, who was vice president and commercial relationship manager with Banner Bank (previously AmericanWest Bank) for 15 years. A retired Marine, Gilbert holds a finance degree from Eastern Washington University and is a graduate of Washington Bankers Association Executive Development Program.

Walter Coleman, STCU business banking officer, with nine years of retail, business and cash management experience with U.S. Bank.

Founded by educators in 1934, STCU is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative with more than 171,000 members, $2.7 billion in total assets, and 21 branch locations.

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