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  • Veronica Gutierrez of Lake Stevens is one of five people named by President Clinton to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. A board member with the World Chiropractic Alliance, she practices with Gutierrez Family Chiropractic in Smokey Point.

  • Dave Montgomery has joined the Lynnwood office of Phoenix Savings Bank as senior loan consultant, and Grace Dyer has been promoted to senior loan officer there.

  • Bruce J. Goetz, superintendent of operations for the Snohomish County Airport, has been accepted as a professional member of the American Association of Airport Executives.

  • Beth Mueller has joined Horizon Bank as manager of its Edmonds office.

  • Joseph Stephens and Arthur Stasik have been appointed to the board of Datamarine International Inc.

  • James Shaw, a quality assurance architect at Weyerhaeuser Corp., will discuss ways to develop successful software projects and systems at Tuesday’s meeting of the Puget Sound chapter of the Association for Women in Computing. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Best Western Executive Inn, Seattle. Call 206-781-7315c for reservations, which are due Monday.

  • Challenges facing top executives will be the topic for the Dec. 5 meeting of Women in Communications at Ivar’s Salmon House on Lake Union. The meeting, which starts at 5:30 p.m. will feature Betty Woods, former CEO and current board member of Premera Blue Cross, and Joanne Harrell, senior vice president of InfoSpace and former CEO of USWest. Call 206-654-2929 for reservations.

  • John W. Mitchell, economist with U.S. Bancorp will give the keynote speech at the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Forecast Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Dec. 7 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. For information call 425-820-9873.

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