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Marsh named president, CEO of Overlake Medical Center

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J. Michael Marsh was appointed president and CEO of Overlake Medical Center, Bellevue.

Marsh had been serving as chief administrative officer for the Western Washington region at Providence Health & Services, and has served in a number of senior executive positions during his 28-year career.

Marsh replaces Craig Hendrickson, who announced his retirement in the summer after serving as Overlake’s CEO since 2001.

Banking: Jennifer Fisher was hired as a senior loan officer at the Bellevue Home Lending Office of 1st Security Bank, Mountlake Terrace. Jane Miller was promoted vice president, operations support services manager at Puget Sound Bank, Bellevue.

Construction: Tony Taddeo was promoted to senior vice president and general manager of Seattle-based Skanska USA Civil in the Northwest.

Health care: David Celio was elected president of the King County chapter of the Washington State Psychological Association, Seattle.

Logistics: Eileen Murche was named vice president for business development at Red Arrow Logistics, Issaquah.

Maritime: Scott Hoggarth was promoted to vice president, West Coast harbor ship assist and tanker escort services at Crowley Maritime, Seattle.

Medical research: Thomas Skillman joined Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason in Seattle as its first director of research technology.

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