Movers & Shakers 02/10/13

Tracy Morris has been promoted to vice president of KeyBank in Alaska as a middle market relationship manager responsible for providing financial solutions to commercial clients, maintaining existing relationships and developing new business opportunities She began her banking career with KeyBank 18 years ago while studying business management at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Most recently, Morris worked in Key Private Bank where she developed and maintained enduring relationships with high net worth clients. Kevin McCormick has joined KeyBank in Alaska as a retail relationship manager at the Fairbanks Main branch. A Fairbanks native, McCormick is a 2011 graduate of the University of Arizona. Jazz Janda has been selected to manage KeyBank’s Ketchikan branch. Janda has more than 12 years of financial service and sales management experience.

Alaska Court of Appeals Judge Joel Bolger was appointed as the 23rd justice of the Alaska Supreme Court. His appointment follows the retirement of Justice Walter “Bud” Carpeneti. Bolger first moved to Alaska in 1978. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a juris doctorate. He began his Alaskan legal career in Dillingham as a VISTA volunteer attorney, and then supervised the Alaska Legal Services Corp. in Kodiak. In 1997, Bolger was appointed as a district court judge in Valdez, followed by an appointment to the Kodiak Superior Court. Since 2008, he has served as a Court of Appeals judge in Anchorage.

Tim A. Feavel was promoted to manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project in North Pole. Feavel has served 21 years as a natural resource specialist and park ranger at the Chena Project. He now is responsible for operating and maintaining Moose Creek Dam, which protects Fairbanks and surrounding communities from flooding as well as managing natural resources and recreation on the project’s 20,000-acre land base. Feavel began his career as a forester at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Rock Island District in Illinois while serving as an Army engineer officer on a two-year active-duty term assignment. Feavel was commissioned as an engineer officer in 1980 and served 28 years in the Army Reserve. For most of this time, he was assigned to combat heavy engineer units in Iowa and Alaska. Before retiring in 2008 as a lieutenant colonel, he served a year in Iraq as the base engineer/information operations at Camp Anaconda/Balad Airbase from 2006-07.

Updated: 
02/06/2013 - 12:11pm

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