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Originally published Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 8:00 PM

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On the move: Brad Berg takes a top position at WDS

Notable hires and promotions in the Seattle area.

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Brad Berg was appointed chief financial and operating officer of Delta Dental/Washington Dental Service (WDS), Seattle.

Berg will oversee all financial and operational activities at WDS. Before joining WDS, Berg spent three years as a principal at Bader Martin, a Seattle-based CPA and business advisory firm. Before that he was chief financial officer at Electronic Evidence Discovery in Kirkland.

His education includes completing the corporate financial management program at Harvard Business School.

Banking: Joshua Buckingham joined Sound Community Bank, Seattle.

Engineering: Ben Sommer, Melanie Haagsma and Andrea Rose were hired and Corbin Hammer was promoted to senior engineer and Kathleen Baxter was promoted to marketing coordinator at Reid Middleton, Everett.

Health care: Dr. Chris Gaynor of Qliance, Seattle, was elected vice president of the Washington Academy of Family Physicians.

Manufacturing: Pierre Fournier was appointed operations manager, and David Manning was appointed director of marketing and business development at Silicon Mechanics, Bothell.

Merchandising: Preston Akers was named director of product and supply-chain integrity at Bensussen Deutsch and Associates, Woodinville.

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