Steve Dutton and Bruce DeCrona have joined the board of directors at Exchange Bank. Dutton, a fifth-generation Sonoma County farmer, co-owns Dutton-Goldfield Winery, Dutton Ranch Corp. and Dutton Brothers Farming. DeCrona served as CFO and COO for 15 years at Exchange Bank prior to his retirement in early 2013.
Thomas Garigliano has joined Burr Pilger Mayer Inc. as a partner to lead its North Bay corporate tax practice. Previously, he worked at KPMG for three decades, most recently as partner in charge of its San Francisco tax practice.
Hunt Conrad has joined Bay Equity Home Loans as a senior loan officer in its new Rohnert Park branch. He has been a loan officer in Sonoma County for more than 20 years, most recently at Prospect Mortgage.
Boyd & Nicholas, a Rohnert Park health care consulting firm co-founded in 1993 by Thomas E. Boyd and Thomas Nicholas, has been acquired by Simione Healthcare Consultants. Boyd will join Simione as vice president of reimbursable services.
Lori Godwin, a Realtor with Creative Property Services in Santa Rosa, has been named president of the Santa Rosa Chapter of Realtors. Other executive members include Greg Cornelius, Century 21; Rita Alonso, CPS; Martin Puga, Stearns Lending; Martin Schwartz, Artisan Sotheby's; Glen Hurley, Platinum Realty; and Kristy Militello, Property ID.
David Busé, president of Collotype Labels, has been named board chairman of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County, replacing Parke Hafner, owner of Hafner Vineyard, who will remain on the board of directors.
Two new members have joined the board of directors at the Sonoma County Family YMCA: Joe Costamagna, broker and principal at EPIC Insurance Services in Petaluma, and Martin Hirsch, an attorney at Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz.
Jacobson & Breen Wealth Management, a financial planning firm owned by Noah Jacobson and Brian Breen, has moved to 200 Kentucky St. in downtown Petaluma. For information, visit www.jacobsonbreen.com.
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