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Originally published Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 8:00 PM

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On the move: Coulter named executive chef at Schwartz Bros.

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Peter Coulter was appointed corporate executive chef of Seattle-based Schwartz Brothers Restaurants.

Coulter will direct and provide oversight to Daniel’s Broiler, Chandler’s Crabhouse, Spazzo Italian Grill, Schwartz Brothers Bakery and Gretchen’s Shoebox Express.

He also has served as corporate chef at StockPot/Campbell Soup, and also was director of product development at Flying Food Group in Seattle, where he oversaw the development of the Starbucks National Chilled Lunch Program.

Architecture: Sherri Grueneis became a shareholder at Freiheit & Ho Architects, Kirkland.

Banking: Jason Gray joined HomeStreet Bank in Kirkland as a loan officer.

Construction: Josh Broussard, Tyler Franzheim, Lauren Caswell and Logan Brown were hired at Mortenson Construction, Kirkland.

Engineering: Jesse Thomsen was promoted to Seattle design manager at Perteet. John Brestin was named vice president and major projects director at Buckland & Taylor, Seattle.

Law: Frank Johnson joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, Seattle. M. Lorena González and Lindsay Halm were named partners at Schroeter Goldmark & Bender, Seattle.

Management consulting: William McManus, Spencer Chan, Jan Vlcek and Julie Smith were named senior associates and Jesse Burns an associate at Point B, Seattle.

Restaurants: Mariano Valdovino was named kitchen manager and Tyler Kopkas general manager at Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria’s new restaurant set to open this summer in Bellevue’s Crossroads neighborhood.

Travel: Blanca-Stella Lanao joined the sales team at Un-Cruise Adventures, Seattle.

To be included in the On the Move column, email business@seattletimes.com; send the information by fax, 206-382-8879; or mail, The Seattle Times, P.O. Box 70, Seattle, WA 98111.

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