New associates

Brent Butterfield has joined Great West Engineering as a CAD operator/designer as part of the Boise Solid Waste group. Butterfield graduated in May 2006 from Boise State University and has more than 15 years of experience working on a variety of civil projects. In his free time, Brent enjoys photography, camping and chasing his kids around. Great West Engineering, Inc. is a major multidisciplinary civil engineering and consulting firm with offices in Helena, Billings, Missoula and Boise, Idaho.

Brandon Dwyer has joined Stockman Bank Missoula, 283 W. Front St., as assistant vice president, commercial loan officer. His responsibilities include developing and servicing commercial and construction loans as well as assisting clients with their deposit and cash management services. Dwyer brings over nine years of banking experience to the position, which includes commercial lending, credit analysis and business development. He was previously a commercial loan officer at a regional bank. His past banking experience will be an asset to Stockman Bank and help expand our presence in the Missoula area. Dwyer earned his bachelor of science degree in business management from the University of Montana. He will be an active participant in various Stockman Bank related activities. He can be reached at 406-258-1418.

Kayla DeWitt has joined Main Street Pilates as a Pilates and yoga instructor. DeWitt is Pilates mat and equipment certified with a Peak Pilates System Certification. She is currently completing a 200 hour yoga certification through Yoga Alliance and her degree in Community Health at UM. She offers private, semi private yoga and Pilates training. She also teaches Intro to Pilates Reformer and Hatha Flow Yoga classes. Appointments can be made by calling 406-541-2673.

Nick Roberts has been hired as the new executive director of Families First Children’s Museum. Roberts comes to the position with extensive skills in nonprofit management, fund development and community-focused initiatives. Formerly the director of Missoula’s Flagship Program, he has also served as vice president for fund development at Community Medical Center, and held positions with the Missoula Food Bank and the University of Montana’s Office for Civic Engagement. 

Christina Loucks has joined Territorial-Landworks, Inc., a Montana-based engineering and surveying firm, as a project assistant for the Land Use Development team. With an extensive background in communication and customer service through work experience gained at Triple Creek Ranch in Darby and Moda Health in Anchorage, Loucks will work directly with the TLI team and clients to keep projects organized. A graduate of Biola University, Christina received a bachelor’s degree in business administration with concentration in Management Information Systems.

Dr. Cameron Bearder has joined Matz Family Chiropractic, PC, as a new associate doctor. Bearder graduated from Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, Georgia, and has post-graduate training in Blair Upper Cervical Technique. Bearder is accepting new patients and has appointments available Monday-Saturday. Phone 406-549-2006.

Caitlin Adams has moved from Stockman Bank in Bozeman and joined Stockman Bank Missoula, 1243 Burlingston Ave., as a personal banker/commercial loan assistant. Her responsibilities include assisting with the administration of consumer and commercial loans and assisting with customer accounts. Adams, who has been with Stockman Bank since 2013, was previously a commercial loan assistant at Stockman Bank Bozeman at the Kagy branch. Adams earned her bachelor of arts degree in political science, majoring in international affairs and public policy and law from Seattle Pacific University. She may be reached at 406-258-1417.

Kate Hughes, DPT was hired at Sapphire Physical Therapy. Hughes has earned full-body certification in Active Release Technique, a form of soft tissue manual therapy, as well as certifications in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, the Functional Movement Screen, TRX Sports Medicine, and Classical Pilates, and has taken courses in Jones Strain-Counterstrain. Hughes has a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, a B.A. in biological anthropology. She is now accepting new patients — appointments can be made by calling, 406-549-5283.

Recognition

Joel Thompson was the top producer for the month of April at EXIT Realty Missoula. He can be reached 406-370-0074.

The ERA Lambros Top Producers for the month of April were Julie Gardner for Commercial, MerriLee Valentine for Residential, Cheryl Smith for the Hamilton office, Rod Delaney for the Libby office, and Bessie Evans for the Florence office.

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