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Brighton Bank named LYNDA ROBINSON has been vice president. Robinson will continue serving as the bank auditor. She has served as assistant vice president, assistant bank auditor and operations officer and has been with the bank since 1991.
The Alzheimer's Association of Utah appointmented KATE NEDEROSTEK program director of awareness and education. She will oversee support groups, care consultations and safety services in Utah and Eastern Idaho. Previously, Kate was a divisional memory care specialist for Trilogy Health Services.
Salt Lake City — The following are staff in the newly opened Salt Lake City office of Jones Lang LaSalle: JIM BALDERSON, senior vice president; WICK UDY, vice president; MARK ALEXANDER, senior vice president; JESSE MANGUM, associate; BRANDON RAWLINS, senior associate; Jenny Taumoepeau, associate; David Nixon, associate; and STACI HACKER, office support.
Provo — TIM FLYNN, a physical therapist on musculoskeletal treatment and manual therapy, offered a keynote address at the 2013 International Congress on Sports and Neuromusculoskeletal Rehabilitation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ogden — DAVID B. GUZY was named senior vice president and senior trust officer at Bank of Utah. Guzy has worked for 30 years in banking, financial planning and investment management positions and most recently served as an investment advisor for Financial Network in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City — DOUGLAS REUDINK was named principal investigator of a program funded by a recently awarded Small Business Innovation Research grant to develop a unique noninvasive deep tissue monitoring system. Reudink is vice president of research and development at ThermImage, Inc., a startup medical device company.
Salt Lake City – Jazz Arts of the MountainWest, producer of the Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival, named LOUIE STRIKE the nonprofit’s new president. Strike served as president or CEO for four different manufacturing firms in the Midwest during his career.
Salt Lake City — WILLIAM MEADERS, Jr., a shareholder and real estate attorney at Kirton McConkie received the Distinguished Real Property Practitioner of the Year Award from the Utah State Bar.
Salt Lake City — JUDI HILMAN plans to join Arches Health Plan as vice president of consumer engagement and strategic partnerships in July. Hilman co-founded the Utah Health Policy Project (UHPP) in 2006.