People: Week of July 1, 2013

Submit news about North Bay professionals to people@busjrnl.com or fax to 707-521-5292.Banking and Finance

Investment Advisor magazine recognized Greg Friedman, CEO and co-founder of San Rafael-based wealth-management firm Private Ocean, as one of the country's top 25 advisers. This marks the third time since 2008 Mr. Friedman, a 20-year veteran in financial services, has been on that list. The magazine selects advisers for creative thinking and prowess at collaborating with others in the industry to improve the client experience.Commercial Real Estate

[caption id="attachment_75998" align="alignright" width="130"] Daniel Martinez[/caption]

Daniel Martinez is the newest member of the Keegan & Coppin Company, Inc./ONCOR International’s Santa Rosa office. Mr. Martinez graduated from Sonoma State University with a business administration degree focusing on finance. With a background in commercial construction, he specializes in sales and leasing for office and industrial properties for business owners and investors.Construction

Santa Rosa structural engineering firm MKM & Associates has added five people in the past two months, bringing its staff to 14 engineers -- including  principals Larry Miyano, Bud Malminis, Jeff Kennedy, Eric Kreager and John Cook -- seven technicians and three on the support team.

[caption id="attachment_75999" align="aligncenter" width="310"] Clockwise from top left: Dave Rogina, Steve Pestell, Leslie Gossage, Nick Stuart, Jimmy Bliss[/caption]

MKM recently joined forces with Santa Rosa structural design firm Rogina Pestell. Dave Rogina and Steve Pestell bring over 45 years of structural engineering experience. MKM also hired Leslie Gossage, a structural technician with over 15 years of experience. Also hired was Nick Stuart, an engineer relocating from the Santa Cruz area with a BS in architectural engineering with experience in steel, concrete, wood, masonry, and seismic/wind analysis and design. Jimmy Bliss also joined the team as a structural technician with a BS in civil and environmental engineering from Brigham Young University.Energy

John Weber was elected to the board of directors of Petaluma-based Enphase Energy. Mr. Weber has numerous years of engineering, design and manufacturing experience. Most recently, he was president and CEO of Remy International in the electric motor market as its president and CEO from 2006 to February 2013 and was elected to its board in January 2006. He has also held executive positions at GE, Allied Signal, McKinsey, Honeywell, Vickers and Shell.Health Care


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