People: Week of Jan. 17

Business Organizations

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Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce board of directors officers for 2011 are Carl Campbell, Kaiser Permanente, chairman; Brett Martinez, Redwood Credit Union, chair elect; and Bill Arnone, Merrill, Arnone & Jones, past chair. Division chairs are Dan Condron, Sonoma State University; Keo Hornbostel, Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel & Spa; Kevin Smith, Agilent Technologies; Rolf Nelson, Exchange Bank; Mari Featherstone, LeaseMark; Jim Sartain, Keegan & Coppin Company; Sean Beehler, Smith Dollar; Corey Turner, Sonoma Bank; Bob Reynolds, Innovative Business Solutions; and Michael Cook, Landscape Architect.

Serving on the Santa Rosa Young Professionals Network 2011 advisory board are Rachel Adams, George Petersen Insurance; Malia Anderson, Press Democrat; Nicole Arnone, chair elect, Cipolla Financial and Insurance Services; Erin Barnett, Canine Companions for Independence; Ryan Beach, Sonoma Bank; Michael Cook, chairman, Landscape Architect; Michelle Crosbie, Dal Poggetto & Company; Corey Eames, Century 21; Allison Fries, Anderson, Zeigler, Disharoon, Gallagher & Gray; Sarah Hebein-Warner, Big 4 Party Rentals; Matt Hunstock, Merrill Lynch & Company; Kate Kelly, Redwood Credit Union; Chris Krankemann, The Law Offices of W. Christian Krankemann; Tiffany Krankemann, Exchange Bank; Noelani Price, Concept to Completion; Robert Ramirez, Oficina Business Interiors; and Courtney Shephard, Kaiser Permanente.


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Catherine Canelis and Janessa Andrew joined Santa Rosa-based Landesign Construction & Maintenance Inc., Ms. Canelis as a project estimator and horticulturist and Ms. Andrew as bookkeeper and HR coordinator.

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