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Sizemore named VP of communications at the Hutch

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Jennifer Sizemore was named vice president of communications at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

Sizemore previously was vice president/general manager and editor-in-chief of NBC News Digital (formerly She also has held news-executive positions at the Houston Chronicle and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Assisted living:Dr. Shirley Newell was hired as chief wellness officer and medical director at Áegis Living, Seattle.

Banking:Dale Peterson joined Banner Bank in Lynnwood as a real-estate loan officer. Kirby Duncan was promoted to senior vice president and chief credit officer at Mountain Pacific Bank, Everett.

Communications: Maria Cobaleda was hired by Frause, Seattle.

Fundraising: Bill McCool, district court executive and clerk of court for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, was named chairman of the 2013 King County Combined Federal Campaign.

Hospitality:Jeff Sprague was appointed director of finance and Juliann West as director of restaurants, bars and events at Pan Pacific Hotel, Seattle.

News media:Janice Vallin was promoted to executive director of advertising at The Seattle Times Co.

Real Estate:Bobbie Petrone Chipman, principal managing broker at John L. Scott in Puyallup, was elected chairwoman of the Northwest Multiple Listing Service board of directors, Kirkland.Mike King joined Kidder Mathews in Seattle as a vice president and investment specialist.

Recruitment services: was named senior recruiter and recruiter at Archer & Associates, Redmond.

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