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Klemm joins HMH

HMH Engineering announced the addition of Vicki Klemm as a senior surveyor to its branch office in Coeur d’Alene.

Klemm recently moved to Coeur d’Alene from Pittsburgh. For the last eight years, she has worked as a survey technician in both the field and office. During that time, Klemm has worked on a variety of projects including transportation, land development, structural scans, and gas pipeline development.

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

Ostermeyer elected to IARFC board

The International Association of Registered Financial Consultants announced the election of Frederick C. Ostermeyer, of Managed Resources, LLC in Post Falls, to the IARFC Board of Directors. He will be assuming his duties immediately at the quarterly board meeting scheduled for Sept. 18.

Ostermeyer is licensed to provide securities and advisory services through KMS Financial Services, Inc., a firm he has been affiliated with for 25 years. As principal of Managed Resources, LLC, Ostermeyer, a credentialed Master Registered Financial Consultant, teams with his wife and office manager Mary and financial consultant John Baldeck. They have more than 60 combined years of providing investment services to their clients.

Ostermeyer is an appointed member of the Idaho Department of Insurance continuing education advisory committee, which is responsible for reviewing course material to meet continuing education requirements for insurance professionals in Idaho.

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