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Jerry Chase named president, CEO of Bsquare | On the Move

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Jerry Chase was appointed president and chief executive of Bsquare, a Bellevue-based technology company where Chase had been serving as interim CEO since September.

Chase also has served as CEO of technology companies Lantronix and Terayon. He is a former Marine Corps officer and has an MBA from Harvard.

Banking: Art Zastrow joined Peoples Bank as a senior real-estate loan officer at the Bellevue Real Estate Loan Center.

Broadcast media: Kyle Stokes was named digital-first reporter at 88.5 KPLU, Seattle-Tacoma.

Commercial real estate: Evan Olson was named an associate to the commercial real-estate investment and capital-markets team at Cushman & Wakefield, Seattle.

Construction: Christina Rose, Derek Benson and Peter Martynovych joined PSF Mechanical, Seattle.

Energy: Marco Lowe was named director of business development at Seattle-based Seattle Steam.

Law: Zak Tomlinson was elected into the partnership of Pacifica Law Group, Seattle.

Naval architecture: Jim Towers was hired as senior naval architect and marine engineer at Elliott Bay Design Group, Seattle.

Real estate: LaMonica Hummel was named relocation director and director of business development for Bellevue-based Windermere Real Estate’s Relocation and Referral Services, and Cris Nelson was named managing broker for Windermere’s Bellevue South office.

Technology: Vijay Vashee was appointed to the board of directors at Versium, Redmond.

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