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Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii
Evelyn Lasquite has been appointed sales coordinator of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ King Street office. In her new position, she will be responsible for providing sales administrative support and services, including processing listings, escrows and closings, and coordination of ads. Lasquite first joined the firm in 2001 as an accounts payable coordinator in the accounting department.
Brad Harrison has been named senior vice president of First Hawaiian Bank’s wealth management division. He will manage the investment of the personal trust account assets. Harrison brings to the position more than 32 years of wealth management experience and joined First Hawaiian Bank in 1991 as an investment officer.
Tammy Reardon has been promoted to vice president and manager of Business Client Service Center at Central Pacific Bank. In her new capacity, she will direct and oversee the staffing and day-to-day operations and managing account analysis operations. Reardon brings to the position more than 33 years of banking experience and has been with Central Pacific Bank since 1979.
Gary Asato has been named director of marketing and sales with Hawaii Dental Service. He now is responsible for overseeing marketing and the HDS sales team. Asato brings to the position nearly 20 years of marketing and sales experience with health plans in Hawaii. Prior to joining HDS, he was sales director with United Healthcare Hawaii for five years.
Mary Steiner is the new campaign manager for Compassion & Choices. She will lead Compassion & Choices’ statewide initiatives in advocacy, education and end-of-life care, and will be responsible for volunteer management, education and outreach, overseeing legislative activity and local fundraising. Previously, Steiner was CEO of The Outdoor Circle.
Skye Morrison has been named volunteer coordinator and end-of-life clinical care coordinator with Compassion & Choices. In her new capacity, she is responsible for recruiting, training and managing volunteers on Oahu and statewide. Morrison previously served as a medical social worker at Islands Hospice and in The Queen’s Hospital Emergency Department.
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