Christina Janich has been appointed vice president of Rocklin-based LWF Home Care Specialists Inc. of Northern California.
Spectrum Services Group Inc. in Sacramento has promoted Duane Brown to construction division manager.
Michael Leonardini has been named design director for Sacramento advertising agency MeringCarson's new design group, Emcee Design.
Benefit Resources Inc., a retirement planning firm in Sacramento, has hired Lindsey Galloway as a retirement plan sales representative.
Sacramento's Sundt Construction Inc. has hired Tyler Norris as a field engineer and Allison Eggert as a proposal specialist.
Woodland Healthcare has hired: Dr. Kalpana Phadnis, family practice, Woodland; Cara Rasmussen, certified nurse midwife with the midwifery team, Woodland; Carl Gilgut, physician assistant with the family practice department, Woodland; and Dr. Elilta Hagos, family practice department, Davis.
Arden Hills has promoted Renee Bellomy to youth and family program manager and Lindsey Griffin to Kids Korner manager.
James Magaha has joined the Lasher Auto Group as a custom finance manager.
Sacramento's Performance ICU, a tele-ICU physician group, has hired Rich Fleischer as director of business development.
Chris Wrba has been named volunteer practice leader for Massachusetts-based Sun Life Financial Inc. He will cover Northern California, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada from his El Dorado Hills office.
The Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau has appointed Angelina Nunez convention sales manager.
Bryce Docherty has joined Sacramento's KP Public Affairs' lobbying team. He joins the health care practice.
The Sacramento public relations firm of Runyon, Saltzman & Einhorn has hired Kayla Hansen as an account assistant and Kristy DeVaney as a production artist.
Arden Hills has promoted Adric Jope to head Otters coach with the swim program.
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