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Riverside promotes from within

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Michael Stock has been named Riverside County’s human resources director. Stock, who was chosen from roughly 100 applicants, was formerly the county’s assistant human resources director, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. He replaces Barbara Olivier, who retired this month after working for the department for 14 …

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Stater Bros. names executive VP

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David Harris has been named executive vice president for finance, chief financial officer and principal accounting officer for State Bros. Markets. Harris, who has worked for the San Bernardino-based supermarket chain since 2009, has worked in accounting and auditing for nearly 30 years, according to a Stater Bros. release. Last …

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Rotarians honor teachers

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The Lake Elsinore Rotary Club has honored three teachers from the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. Tracy Barackman of Cottonwood Canyon Elementary, Deborah Roeder of Wildomar Elementary and LeVon Lindstrom of Lusieno School were all named Teacher of the Month, according to a rotary club statement. The rotary club gives …

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Alumnus creates scholarship fund

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A graduate of the University of California, Riverside School of Business Administration will donate $25,000 to the school for scholarships. Chris Lam, president and chief executive officer of Pucci Foods in Hayward, a seafood distribution company, has created the Y. Van Lam Endowed Scholarship Fund in honor of his father, …

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Cal Poly fills executive post

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Steven N. Garcia has been named Cal Poly Pomona’s vice president for administrative affairs and chief financial officer. Garcia, who is scheduled to start his new job Jan. 6., replaces Ed Barnes, who is retiring Dec. 1 after more than 30 years at the school, according to a statement. Garcia …

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