People on the move, 12/13/13

Jeff Duncan has joined RE/MAX Whatcom County’s Sudden Valley office. Duncan, a resident of Whatcom County for the past 15 years, focuses on residential property sales and purchases.  Prior to earning his real-estate license, Duncan spent 17 years in management and sales in the medical field where he practiced customer relations on a daily basis. He can be reached at 360-441-2121.

Brian Hanson and Andy Heinz have joined the Barron Smith Daugert estate-planning practice in Bellingham. Hanson and Heinz bring with them clients from their previous firm, which dissolved due to retirements and reorganization, according to a news release. Heinz joins Barron Smith Daugert as partner, and Hansen as “of counsel.” The company can be reached at 360-733-0212.

Chuck Robinson, co-owner of Village Books and Paper Dreams in Bellingham’s Fairhaven District, has been appointed to the position of director of the LIBRIS Indemnity Company. LIBRIS was formed in 1997 by the American Booksellers Association to provide affordable business insurance to it’s members. It currently provides insurance protection for nearly 350 bookstores throughout the U.S. Robinson founded VIllage Books in 1980 with his wife, Dee.

VSH CPAs in Bellingham has hired Mary Taylor as a new member of its accounting team. Taylor earned her accounting degree from Western Washington University and received her Certified Public Accounting designation in 2009.  She has more than five years of experience in public accounting and is currently pursuing her master’s in taxation from Golden Gate University. VSH can be reached at 360-734-8715.

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