Featured Movers: 09/09/2011



Legacy Medical Group welcomes new cardiologist

Lian Shaw, board certified in Cardiovascular Disease and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, has joined Legacy Medical Group – Cardiology, a new clinic at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center.

Shaw has served as the medical director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Legacy Salmon Creek since 2008.

A Clark County resident since 2004, Shaw graduated from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1997. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine, after which he completed a fellowship in General Cardiology at University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio.



Foot and ankle surgeon Nicole Fetter has joined Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery.

Dr. Fetter joins T. Scott Woll and Jay Crary to round out Rebound’s foot and ankle practice. All three offer comprehensive foot and ankle care, including STAR ankle replacement, the latest and most advanced treatment for ankle arthritis or trauma. The three surgeons are currently the only physicians in Portland and SW Washington performing this procedure, according to Rebound.

Fetter received her medical degree from Duke University. She completed her residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the Harvard Combined Orthopedic Residency Program, followed by a foot and ankle fellowship at Duke University.



Columbia Credit Union recently announced the hiring of Joe Eustaquio as vice president Business Lending.

With 27 years of industry experience, Eustaquio’s main responsibilities will focus on growing and managing business loan and deposit relationships
and assisting with commercial lending operations, according to the credit union.

“Joe brings a wealth of experience in cultivating client relationships,” said Columbia Dept. Vice President and Manager of Business Lending, Alan Ludlow. “Members will benefit from his expertise to make the best financial decisions according to their business needs.”

Eustaquio holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Guam and has taken continuing education courses from the American Institute
of Banking.



The Gifford Pinchot Forest Service has announced that long-time Natural Resources Staff Officer Earl Ford has been selected to serve as the Forest Supervisor on the Plumas National Forest in Northern California.

Ford’s involvement with the NAACP – Vancouver Branch and commitment to training youth in the greater Vancouver area has made him invaluable to the success of innumerable young people, the Forest Service said.

“The Gifford Pinchot will not be the same place without Earl,” said Gifford Pinchot Forest Supervisor, Janine Clayton. “We have all benefited from his tenure on the Forest and wish him every success in his new endeavor.”