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Suzanne Knowlton has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing and communications for Santa Rosa-based Redwood Credit Union. She has served as the credit union’s marketing manager since 2014. She has more than 19 years of experience in marketing management with such companies as Lowepro, Blurb Inc. and O’Reilly Media.


Andrew D. Fuller has been named executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief risk officer for Santa Rosa-based Poppy Bank. A CPA, he has 16 years of experience in public accounting and most recently served as senior manager of financial services audit for Crowe LLP.


Becca Lipski has been named director of operations at Thrive Construction Group in Sebastopol. She has more than two decades of experience with technology start-ups, construction, renewable energy and interior design.


Denelle Rhodes and Josalynn Kirby have taken new positions at Montgomery Taylor & Company, a CPA and wealth management firm in Santa Rosa.

Rhodes is the new front office specialist. She graduated from Maria Carrillo High School in 2016.

Kirby has shifted into the role of operations assistant. She studied administrative assistance, administrative justice and psychology at Santa Rosa Junior College.


Attorney Chuck Meibeyer has become an agent in the St. Helena office of Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley. He has practiced real estate, land use and wine law in the Napa Valley since 1983.


Ken Gott and Kristel Corson have been promoted at Petaluma’s Clover Sonoma.

Gott was named president and chief operating officer. He joined Clover in 2015 and previously served as chief operations officer and chief financial officer. He earlier worked 25 years with Safeway in a number of management roles, including president of Lucerne Foods.

Corson was named vice president of sales and marketing. She joined Clover in 2015 and previously served as vice president of marketing. Her experience includes work for Clif Bar & Company, LeapFrog, Yes To Inc. and Jamba Juice.


Six new members have been elected to the board of directors of the American Red Cross of the California Northwest Chapter. They are: Caroline Shaw of Jackson Family Wines; Kimberly Baldwin of Wipfli; Lt. Luciana Ganley of the U.S. Coast Guard; Nate Weis of Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars; Tyler Duchynski of Sonoma Academy; and Dan Brattain of Cal-Ore.


Ramona Maurer launched the Santa Rosa franchise of Living Locators, a nationwide senior care provider and referral service. She can be reached at 707-536-0514, or online at

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