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Tom Anderson

has joined PremierWest Bank as senior vice president and chief financial officer for both the bank and its parent company, PremierWest Bancorp.

Anderson has nearly 30 years of banking experience, including 23 years in the Rogue Valley. Anderson and his wife teach financial management classes for engaged couples through Engagement Encounter, a program sponsored by local churches in the Grants Pass area.

He has been a member of the Rogue River School Board and its budget committee.

Therese M. Strohmer

has been named manager of the Home Loan Center at Rogue Federal Credit Union.

She studied and became a Russian linguist while in the Air Force and was stationed in California, Texas, Maryland and Germany.

She is a graduate of Southern Oregon University and has worked in finance for more than a decade.

She is a former branch manager and compliance officer.

Rich Kumro

has joined Windermere Investors Marketplace as an associate broker. He is a graduate of the Realtor's Institute with eight years of experience, primarily in the Portland area.

He was a chief petty officer in the Navy and is a Vietnam veteran.

Kumro can be reached at 779-7900.

Chris Campbell

is now a mortgage loan officer for Cox, Beard and Jacobsen LLC.

Campbell, who was previously with American General Finance, handles home purchases and refinances, conventional and sub-prime lending as well as FHA and construction loans.

Campbell can be reached at 773-3131.

Paul Tucker

and Perry Stannard, financial consultants with the local office of A.G. Edwards & Sons have completed training for the title of accredited asset management specialist.

They recently passed the Series 7 test leading to the financial consultant title. This program is offered through the College for Financial Planning, the country's oldest provider of financial planning education for more than 28 years.

Richard Bonheimer

of San George Estates has earned the accredited community manager designation awarded by the Manufactured Housing Educational Institute.

Manufactured home community managers must go through three courses and a project, as well as have five years experience.