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Northrim Bank Announces New Employees

Dec 9, 2021 | Finance, Right Moves

Right Moves with Northrim Bank

Northrim Bank is adding to its talent pool.

Doug Ladenburger photographed smiling

Doug Ladenburger is now Vice President, Director of Treasury Management Services. Ladenburger joins Northrim with twenty-five years of experience in leadership, sales excellence, and team development. He was most recently an executive vice president and head of payables consulting and account Management at Wells Fargo. Ladenburger holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Minnesota State University, Mankato, with majors in management and marketing.

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Chellaney Middlemas photographed smiling

Chellaney Middlemas came to Northrim this summer as Assistant Branch Manager, Float Pool. She has eight years of experience in the financial industry and a bachelor’s degree in professional photography from the University of Central Missouri. Middlemas volunteers with SkillsUSA with the National Courtesy Corps.

Ruth Regan photographed smiling

Ruth Regan, Assistant Branch Manager at the Seventh Avenue branch, joins Northrim with more than eight years of experience in the financial industry. She holds as associate degree in computer technology from Lyceum of the Philippines University. Regan volunteers with the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association.

Also, last year, William Ringo came to Northrim as Assistant Branch Manager at the Fairbanks Financial Center. He has ten years of experience of in management, and he will complete his bachelor’s degree in finance from UAF in May. Ringo served in the US Army and volunteers with Project Healing Waters, a group that helps veterans struggling with PTSD to heal through fly fishing.

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In the February 2024 issue of Alaska Business, we engineered a special section that inspects the many ways architecture and engineering enrich our lives, from creating beautiful and functional spaces to crafting functional and safe transportation corridors. In addition to the built world in which we live, this issue celebrates small businesses and the many functions they provide, whether they're developing tools in the healthcare industry or opening new dining locations.

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