Kristin Andolsen has been named a vice president and commercial loan officer at Summit State Bank in Santa Rosa. She has worked in the banking industry since 2006 and previously served as a vice president and portfolio manager for Bank of America.

Adriann Saslow has been promoted to store manager at the Made Local Marketplace in Santa Rosa. She has a design background and extensive retail experience, having created her Madame Saslow jewelry line and her "Sonoma Maid" laundry products.

Deb Harris has been appointed operations manager for the Northern California Center for Well-Being in Santa Rosa. She previously managed a regional program for the Network for a Healthy California and has 15 years experience with nonprofits and community health promotion.

Phil Vo has joined Empire College's career placement department as Career Development Manager. His human resource experience includes service with Robert Half Finance and Accounting and Santa Rosa Community Health Centers.

Cinquini & Passarino, a land surveying firm based in Santa Rosa, this month acquired HWBPLS, Inc., a Healdsburg survey firm owned by Howard Brunner. Brunner will continue as a senior land surveyor in the combined firm's Healdsburg office.

Steve and Star Thorpe have joined the Healdsburg office of Wine Country Group/Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. Licensed agents since 2002, the couple moved to Sonoma County in 2009.

Joe Gaffney has accepted a position as the part-time city engineer for Sebastopol. A former city engineer for Rohnert Park, he previously served mostly municipal clients with Green Valley Consulting Engineers.

Robert A. Lenz has been named vice president and financial adviser for Morgan Stanley's wealth management office at 3562 Round Barn Circle, Santa Rosa. He has served 21 years in the financial services industry, most recently with Wells Fargo Advisors.

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Press Democrat Poll

What type of warning did you receive about last October’s fires? (Multiple responses allowed)

Official alert on my landline: 5 percent

Official alert on my cellphone: 17 percent

Neighbor warned me: 14 percent

Family member or friend warned me: 28 percent

Police or fire came to my home to warn me: 5 percent

None: 43 percent

Don’t know: 1 percent

In the future, how would you like to be notified about a fire or other impending disaster?

Phone call: 31 percent

Text message: 30 percent

Email: 1 percent

Air raid siren: 28 percent

Other (specify): 7 percent

Don’t know: 3 percent

Do you think Sonoma County is more prepared today to warn you about fires or disasters than it was last year?

Yes: 54 percent

No: 31 percent

Don’t know: 15 percent

SOURCE: The Press Democrat Poll/David Binder Research