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  • Wells Fargo Investments announced two staff changes. Ed Godlewski was named vice president, and Darrin J. Berg was named assistant vice president and financial consultant for the group. Godlewski is a graduate of Brigham Young University and has completed special courses in financial and estate planning. At Wells Fargo, he will work with clients to address their financial needs, including brokerage services. Berg is a University of Utah graduate and has been with Wells Fargo since 1997. He also will work to address clients' financial needs.

Cornerstone Counseling Center announced three staff additions. Linda R. Cohen, former fiscal manager for Salt Lake County's Division of Substance Abuse, was appointed director of business operations. Kathy Gudmundson was hired as accounting specialist. Angela Twitchell was named billing specialist. Cornerstone Counseling Center is a non-profit agency that provides mental health treatment and prevention services in the reduction of substance abuse and violence.

Francine W. Pollock has joined Dynatronics Corp. as human resource manager. Pollock has 12 years of experience in the field and is SPHR certified. Dynatronics manufactures and distributes medical and rehabilitation equipment.

The Summit Group announced two staff additions. Dave Mons was named chief financial officer. Mons has 17 years of accounting experience. He attended Salt Lake Community College and received his degree in accounting. Mark Siegel was named financial officer. Siegel is a U. senior working toward a degree in accounting and finance. At The Summit Group, he will be responsible for accounts receivable and accounts payable for various clients.

The law firm of Howard, Lewis & Petersen announced that Kenneth Parkinson has become a shareholder in the firm. Parkinson is a graduate of Utah State University and the Drake University Law School. He joined Howard, Lewis & Petersen in 1994 and focuses his practice on personal injury and employment law.

The Salt Lake Board of Realtors announced its new officers. David Mansell, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, was elected president. Robert Farnsworth, Proactive Properties, was named first vice president. James Bringhurst, Wood Realtors, was elected second vice president. Joan Taylor, RE/MAX Associates, was named treasurer. Vicki Fulkerson, Hidden Valley Real Estate, was acknowledged as past president. The Board represents more than 500 offices of real estate brokers, sales agents and affiliated businesses in Salt Lake and South Davis counties.

Christopherson Travel Group announced two staff additions. Tonya Record has joined the company as an ARC Specialist. Record has more than five years of travel industry experience. Travel consultant D. Scot Moncur will work out of Christopherson's on-site travel office at Evans & Sutherland. Moncur has more than six years of experience in the industry.

Douglas D. Nicholes has been named a member of New York Life Insurance Co.'s executive council. Nicholes has been a New York Life Insurance agent for 20 years. He is associated with the company's Provo office.

The law firm of Holme Roberts & Owen announced that Matthew N. Evans and E. Blaine Rawson were elected partners in the firm. Evans joined the firm in 1998. His practice includes complex commercial and employment litigation. Rawson joined the firm in 1997. His emphasis is on environmental law, natural resources law and commercial litigation.

J.R. Jones, brokerage director and assistant general agent at Intermountain Financial Group/MassMutual, has been elected to a term on the Estate Planners Council.

Clark K. Taylor has joined the law firm of Van Cott, Bagley Cornwall & McCarthy as a shareholder. Taylor is a member of the firm's business and litigation sections and will focus his practice in the areas of business, real estate and family law. He is a U. graduate and received his law degree from BYU.

Stephanie DeGraw has joined PAX-TV as executive sales consultant for the Wasatch Front. DeGraw has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. She is a graduate of Weber State University and is a member of the Utah Advertising Federation and Business and Professional Women.

C. Ray Clements, chief executive officer and managing member of The Clements Group, has been elected vice chairman of The American Association of Fundraising Counsel. Clements has managed or supervised a variety of major gifts campaigns, planned-giving programs and other fund-raising activities over the past 30 years.

InterNet Properties announced two staff additions. David Winnie has joined the agency as an associate broker. Winnie has been active in the real estate industry since 1984. John Gurr also joined InterNet as an associate broker. Gurr has been a licensed real estate agent since 1981, specializing in land acquisitions and dispositions, income properties and industrial improved and unimproved properties.

InMedica Development Corp., a Salt Lake-based medical technology company, announced that Sheng-Jung Chiang and Ke-Shieng Yang were appointed to the company's board of directors. Chiang is currently vice president of administration for Taiwan-based Chi-Lin Technology Co. Yang heads the biomedical engineering division of Chi-Lin Technology. He received his Ph.D. in chemical and fuels engineering from the U.

Glenwild, a private golf community located in the Park City area, announced it has hired Pedro Sevilla as executive chef at Glenwild's golf club and spa. Originally from Madrid, Spain, Sevilla trained at several top European hotels and has gone on to establish several restaurants in Tucson, Ariz. Glenwild opened Jan. 19.

Wasatch Venture Fund, an affiliate office of Draper Fisher Jurvetson in Silicon Valley, announced that Matt Mosman has joined the firm as a managing director. Mosman will work out of Wasatch's Bay Area office in California and will focus on developing strategic partnerships and other financing for Wasatch's portfolio companies.

Ted Smith has joined the law firm of Stoel Rives. Smith has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of public utility, administrative law and commercial litigation. Stoel Rives is a multi-practice business law firm with operations throughout the Western United States.