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Dean Calibraro has been named director of INspiration Furniture’s Contract/Business Sales Division. He has close to 20 years of sales and management experience, and previously held management positions with Gold’s Gym and Spotlight Publishing. Calibraro will work directly with various business entities in furnishing offices, restaurants, hotels, waiting areas and more.
Van L. Cornwell has been named vice president and commercial real estate loan officer in the Commercial Real Estate Loan Division for Bank of Hawaii. Cornwell is responsible for providing loans for commercial property investments, project development and refinancing.
Kimberly A. Vossman has been hired as an associate for Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel. In this role, Vossman focuses her practice in the area of civil litigation. She is a graduate of William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii.
Marni Murdock, principal at Architects Hawaii Ltd., has received board certification from the American College of Healthcare Architects. Murdock is only the second architect in Hawaii with this designation. The ACHA provides board certification for architects who practice as health-care specialists. Murdock has more than 20 years’ experience in health care and laboratory design involving facility planning and knowledge of complex equipment.
Terry Nye II has been named Realtor-associate for Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ Windward office. Prior to joining the company in November 2010, he served as a Realtor at Prudential in New York City. Nye has been in real estate since 2005.
Rex Bui has been hired as an agent for State Farm Insurance. Bui previously served as a sales manager at Servco Pacific Lexus of Honolulu for 12 years. In this new position, he will provide a variety of State Farm Insurance and financial products to meet customers’ needs, including State Farm Bank products.
David Ariyoshi has been promoted from marketing representative to office solutions specialist for Xerox Hawaii. Ariyoshi’s responsibilities include overseeing and managing sophisticated office hardware and software solutions that improve work flow, cost efficiencies and paperless initiatives for small and large businesses. He joined the company in 2007.
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