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  • Wells Fargo has promoted Eean Levin to manager of its bank branch in Phoenix. He previously managed Wells Fargo's branch in Central Point.
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  • Wells Fargo has promoted Eean Levin to manager of its bank branch in Phoenix. He previously managed Wells Fargo's branch in Central Point.
    The Medford resident joined Wells Fargo in 2003 as manager of a consumer finance store. He later served as a personal banker for one year. Levin was then promoted and managed Wells Fargo bank branches in Medford and Grants Pass. He left the company to take a job at U.S. Bank. After two years, Levin returned as manager of Wells Fargo's branch in Central Point. He will oversee six employees.
    Levin earned a degree in sociology at Rogue Community College.
    Joel Wilder has joined Rogue Credit Union as a business lending officer. Most recently he was an assistant vice president at American West Bank for three years. Previous to that he was branch manager for Metropolitan Mortgage Group and Washington Financial Group. Before that he was a senior loan officer at Northwest Mortgage Advisors and had stints with U.S. Bank, Washington Financial and Merit Financial.
    U.S. Cellular has named Nathan Waddell senior director of sales and Jeff Heeley director of sales for the company's Northwest territory. Most recently Waddell served as director of sales for U.S. Cellular in the Missouri market. He has been with the company since 1999, and has held several leadership positions, including field marketing manager and area sales manager. Waddell earned his master's degree in management at the University of Phoenix and a bachelor's in business management from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.
    Heeley began his career with U.S. Cellular in 2004 and most recently served as the area sales manager for the company's Missouri market. Heeley earned a master's degree in business administration from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., and received a bachelor's in business administration from Hannibal LaGrange College in Hannibal, Mo.
    Chris Isabell has assumed a one-year board leadership position for the National Association of Information Destruction. Isabell is the founder and president of iSecure Inc., which provides certified document shredding, certified hard drive destruction, and records management services to businesses in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
    NAID provides its members with education services and professional accreditation, as well as an international certification program for physical destruction of paper, hard drives, solid state drives, electronic media and micro-media.
    Jackson Care Connect has hired registered nurse Ginger Scott as a transformation specialist to work with five of the Coordinated Care Organization's projects for its Medicaid members.
    Prior to joining Jackson Care Connect, Scott held clinical management responsibilities at Community Health Center, one of Jackson Care Connect's providers.
    If your business or company has new management hires or promotions, send an email to business@mailtribune.com
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