People in business
People's Bank of Commerce promoted Pam Westland to vice president and manager of real estate lending at its corporate headquarters.
Westland oversees the residential mortgage and consumer lending departments, directing relationship banking officers and assisting with compliance systems and procedures.
Westland, a 25-year veteran in mortgage and finance, has been with People's Bank since 2004, most recently serving as manager of real estate lending. She serves on the board of directors for the Rogue Gallery & Art Center and recently completed four years of volunteer membership with the St. Mary's Development Committee.
People's Bank also promoted two additional employees, Kim Galloway and Nikki Smith. Galloway has been named to the bank's lead relationship banking officer position. Galloway will train staff members on service and consumer products, as well as coordinate the bank's promotional programs. Galloway, who joined People's Bank in 2009, has 30 years of financial experience. She also provides mortgage and consumer lending services, as well as customer service in new accounts.
Smith was promoted to relationship banking officer at the Medford branch. She handles consumer and residential real estate lending, as well as opening new accounts. Smith has been with the bank since its opening in 1998.
Mike Beugli has returned as the manager of the Medford Center Sears store. Beugli, a 26-year veteran with Sears, oversaw the store in 2003 and continued in the role until 2010. He became a district manager for Sears Hometown organization, throughout Oregon and Northern California, overseeing owner-operated stores in such places as Grants Pass, Yreka, Klamath Falls and Brookings.
When John Warren, who ran the store for the past year, took a position with JCPenney, Beugli said he was ready to cut down his travel schedule and return to one store.
James Mannenbach has been named clinic manager for Progressive Rehabilitation & Work Injury Center, 7334 Crater Lake Highway, Suite B-1, White City.
Mannenbach joined the Medford Sports Injury & Therapy Center staff earlier this year and previously was with the Biomechanics Laboratory at Eastern Washington University.
Mannenbach earned a bachelor's degree from Southern Oregon University in 2006 and a doctorate in physical therapy from Eastern Washington in 2009.