Banking and Finance
Bank of Marin has announced several management promotions at its Petaluma offices. Carol York has been promoted to first vice president, regional manager for Sonoma and Napa counties. Ms. York will oversee six branches, including three Petaluma branches, Santa Rosa, Sonoma and the Napa branch. Dan Ancheta has been promoted to vice president, and effective Oct. 1 will take on the role of market manager for the Petaluma area. Mr. Ancheta has been with Bank of Marin for two years and has seven years of banking experience in Petaluma. David Short has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of the downtown Petaluma branch. Mr.Short has been with Bank of Marin for six years, most recently as the assistant branch manager of the downtown branch. Also effective Oct. 1, Kathy Madsen and Pam Fiebig will assume the role of branch managers of the Marina and North McDowell branches, respectively. Both have been promoted to assistant vice president.Law
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Smith Dollar PC announced that mortgage banking litigation attorney Rachel Dollar has been named by Super Lawyers as one of the top attorneys in Northern California in 2012. Ms. Dollar focuses her practice on mortgage banking related litigation on behalf of the financial industry. Nonprofits
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American Red Cross has announced changes in the regional leadership team. Frank Lucier, executive director, has retired from the Napa County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Anne Steinhauer has joined the Napa Chapter as Mr. Lucier’s replacement. Jennifer Jones has been hired as the regional disaster services director, with a territory that includes Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake, Humboldt and Del Norte counties.
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Ms. Steinhauer previously served the Napa Valley Vintners as community relations manager. Her work has also included positions with the National Democratic Institute, Littorai Wines and Beringer Blass Wine Estates and Congressman Mike Thompson. Ms. Jones first volunteered with the Sonoma County chapter in 2004. Since then, she has served as either Red Cross employee or volunteer in both Northern and Southern California, North Carolina and national headquarters in Washington D.C.Senior Living
The Sonoma County Section on Aging has appointed the following leadership team officers: Pat Sanborn, M.A., president. She is a geriatric care manager and owner of Sage Solutions. Greg Harder, M.A., vice president. He is a financial adviser with Edward Jones. Fernande Bencze, secretary. She is a broker and vice president of California Reverse Mortgage Consultants. Tony Pinocchi, treasurer. He is the general manager of ReNew Systems - Waste and Trauma Scene Management. He is also an owner with his wife of Tru Scan Fingerprint Services. Yvonne Baginski, program coordinator. She is owner and editor of Born to Age, a senior care directory serving Contra Costa, Alameda, Solano, Napa, Marin and Sonoma counties for the past 17 years. John Lewis, membership coordinator. He is the owner of JC Lewis Insurance Services, specializing in health insurance for the past 32 years. Judith Light, marketing coordinator. She is the president of Silver Tsunami Productions, Inc., a nonprofit public-benefit event production company and owner of MoonSong Aromatherapy Products.Wine
Windsor-based Sonoma County Vintners Co-op has elected the following officers to its board of directors: Fred Buonanno, Philo Ridge Vineyards, president; Clayton B. Fritz, Fritz Cellars, vice president; Gary Emmerich, Dry Creek Vineyard, secretary/treasurer, while Michael F. Martini remains past president.