People: Week of May 26, 2014

Banking & Finance

Community First Credit Union in Santa Rosa approved six board positions for the financial institution. Brian Cochran, finance manager for the city of Novato, Jean Neff, retired local teacher, and Tom Scott, general manager of Oliver’s Markets, were re-elected to new three-year terms. The board sets policy, approves the budget, and reviews the CEO’s progress in achieving the cooperative’s goals and objectives.

Three Supervisory positions were also filled. Maud Fitzpatrick, a CPA and current chairperson of the supervisory committee, was re-elected to a new three-year term.  Also joining Ms. Fitzpatrick were Jeanette St. George, a longtime former CEO of Sonoma County Grange Credit Union, and Christine Haggarty, a retired local educator.Construction

[caption id="attachment_92844" align="alignleft" width="182"] Keith Gellerman[/caption]

Keith Gellerman was hired as a staff engineer in Santa Rosa-based Summit Engineering‘s water and wastewater division. Mr. Gellerman earned his B.S. in civil engineering at University of California, Irvine and his M.S. in environmental engineering at UC Davis.  He brings to Summit over four years of water/wastewater design experience.  He specializes in wastewater treatment plants, collection systems, and disposal systems. 

[caption id="attachment_92845" align="alignright" width="173"] Erica Mikesh[/caption]

Erica Mikesh, P.E., was hired as a project engineer in Summit’s civil division.  Ms. Mikesh earned her B.S. in civil and environmental engineering at UC Berkeley.  She comes to Summit with experience in grading and drainage, utility design, stormwater management design and hydrology and hydraulic calculations.  She specializes in multiple civil engineering disciplines and her strengths include identifying and addressing project needs early in the process as well as coordination with public agencies and consultants.Health Care

[caption id="attachment_92846" align="alignleft" width="173"] Wendy Ranzau[/caption]

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