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Imaginetics names Scott Strong CEO

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Scott Strong was named chief executive at Imaginetics, an Auburn-based manufacturer of precision metal components and assemblies for the aerospace industry.

Strong has worked in the aerospace industry for more than 20 years and joined Imaginetics in 2011 as vice president and general manager. He was promoted to president in 2012.

Banking: Jose Puebla joined HomeStreet Bank’s Mountlake Terrace Home Loan Center, Kevin Haagen joined the bank’s Lynnwood East Home Loan Center and Petros Christophilis joined its Kirkland Home Loan Center.

Construction: Randy McPherson was named senior project manager, Daryl Anderson field superintendent for Nordstrom projects and Justin Ramm project design engineer at PSF Mechanical, Seattle.

Consulting: Chris de la Torre and Dan Knapp joined Hart Crowser, Seattle. Peter Soles joined The Glosten Associates in Seattle as a marine consultant.

Law: Adrienne Finnell and Justin Sedell were named principals at Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson, Seattle. Scott Beetham joined Hanson Baker Ludlow Drumheller, Bellevue. John McDowall was elected director of Business Department at Carney Badley Spellman.

Merchandising: Rob Martin was promoted to chief operating officer at Bensussen Deutsch & Associates (BDA), Woodinville.

Senior living: Charlie Severn was named vice president of brand marketing at A Place For Mom, Seattle.

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