Who’s News

August 30, 2011

By Staff

New veterinarian joins Issaquah Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Lynne Kunitz joined the Issaquah Veterinary Hospital in June.

Kunitz graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine with her doctorate degree in 1994.

A Wisconsin native, she moved to Issaquah six years ago with her husband and two children. She spent the past several years practicing emergency and critical care medicine before taking some time off to raise her children.

Kunitz has been an active volunteer in the Issaquah community and is now proud to serve as a veterinarian, focusing on geriatrics and preventative medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys swimming, biking, running, camping and skiing.

Kunitz sees patients on Mondays and Thursdays and some Saturdays.

Issaquah Veterinary Hospital is at 795 First Ave. N.W. Call 392-6211.

Tyson Garbusjuk named to confectioners board of directors

Tyson Garbusjuk, of Boehm’s Candies Inc., was recently named to the board of directors of Retail Confectioners International, a trade association serving the chocolate and confectionery industry since 1917.

Through educational resources, events and tradeshows, and connecting members to each other, RCI provides a forum for confectioners to develop their candy-making and business skills. Boehm’s Candies has been an active member of RCI since 1982.

“We’re excited to welcome Tyson to our board of directors this year. His connections on the West Coast and his passion for the industry make him a great asset for RCI,” said Terry Hicklin, 2011-2012 president of the board of directors.

Garbusjuk will serve a three-year term.

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