Who’s News

April 24, 2012

By Staff

Issaquah resident honored

Lisa Whatle

Lisa Whatley, of Issaquah, was recently awarded the Nancy Danoff, MD, Spirit of Service Award at the Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington’s annual awards presentation in Lacey.

The award recognizes individuals who promote, protect and support breastfeeding as a vital part of the health and development of children and families.

Whatley is a registered nurse and International Board Certified lactation consultant at Evergreen Healthcare, in Kirkland, and is also a private practice lactation consultant providing home visits in the community.

Whatley also chaired the Seattle-King County Breastfeeding Coalition for five years.

Learn more about the Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington and past award recipients at www.breastfeedingwa.org.

Issaquah Trophy & Awards  honors SAMBICA

Issaquah Trophy & Awards has selected SAMBICA as its recipient for its Awards for a Cause program during the second quarter of 2012.

Issaquah Trophy & Awards selects a recipient each quarter and donates a portion of its sales to that nonprofit organization.

SAMBICA offers youth summer camps and retreat ministries, providing resident camps, day camps and the high school leadership program ELITE during the summer months. More than 2,000 children attend SAMBICA’s summer programs each year.

Learn more about SAMBICA at www.sambica.com. See the trophies and awards that will benefit SAMBICA at www.issaquahtrophy.com/awardsforacause-products.

New loan officer joins Issaquah branch of Bank of Washington

Jim Latourelle, of Issaquah, has joined The Bank of Washington as a commercial loan officer at the Issaquah branch, 1250 N.W. Mall St.

Latourelle is a seasoned banker with expertise in the needs of medical professionals. He has more than 11 years of experience in the banking industry.

Before joining The Bank of Washington, he was a regional business development officer with Bank of America.

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