Miguel Luna has joined Silverado Farming Company of Napa as a partner. According to the company, prior to joining Silverado Farming Company in 2015, Luna held winemaking positions at Pahlmeyer, Dana Estates, Atelier Melka, Adamvs and Chateau de Fieuzal. He earned a B.S. degree in viticulture and enology from University of California, Davis.
Ukiah Valley Medical Center has hired Ryan Quattlebaum, CPA, as chief financial officer for the hospital and its extensive clinic network, effective April 3.
He is set to replace Aaron Poole, who recently moved to Adventist Medical Center–Portland.
Quattlebaum will leave his position as director of finance at Simi Valley Hospital, a 144-bed acute care facility where he has managed finance, accounting and budgetary functions. Ukiah Valley and Simi Valley are Adventist Health hospitals.
“Ryan’s background in labor management, cost control, and ambulatory growth will be invaluable to Ukiah Valley Medical Center and the Mendocino Region,” said Joe Reppert, chief financial officer for Adventist Health’s Northern California Region.
Quattlebaum in a statement said he is impressed with the Ukiah hospital’s innovative services and programs, including the Street Medicine program and the new Live Well Health and Wellness program, scheduled to launch this spring.
Previously, Quattlebaum was a Camden Group financial consultant to large health care organizations and a Ernst & Young senior associate for financial reporting for public and private technology, life science and health care clients.
Raised in Northern California, he earned a B.S. degree in finance from La Sierra University.
Exchange Bank hired John Mackey to be senior vice president and managing director of Investment & Fiduciary Services, beginning Feb. 27. Trust and Investment Managing Director Steven Jenkins is retiring after 21 years with the Santa Rosa-based bank.
Mackey reports to Chief Financial Officer Greg Jahn. The bank received its trust powers in 1963, Exchange Bank has grown to be one of the largest and most respected trust departments in Northern California.
Mackey is working alongside Jenkins during the transition. Assets under administration have grown from $250 million to over $1 billion during Jenkins’ time.
“We look forward to taking advantage of his vast experience working with affluent families and business owners to serve their retirement and wealth management needs,” Jenkins said in a statement.
Mackey has 33 years of experience managing professionals in financial and succession planning, investment management, retirement planning, and estate planning. He has been the senior wealth-management executive at Comerica Bank in Silicon Valley, president of Greater Bay Private Capital Bank in Palo Alto and a founding member of the Family Wealth Group at Wells Fargo Bank.
Matthew Delaney is the new managing partner of Santa Rosa-based JDH Wealth Management, switching hats with founding partner Tim Delaney. Matthew Delaney has been with 18-year-old JDH since 2005 and is called instrumental to growth since then.
Matthew Delaney and his wife, Allison, have two children. He coaches youth sports and serves on nonprofit boards.
Melinda Hepp launched Studio PR (yourstudiopr.com), a Petaluma-based public relations consultancy serving North Bay businesses.
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