Movers & Shakers: 5/23/2014


Carol Van Natta serves as executive director of the PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Foundation. She previously served in institutional advancement roles at seven universities, most recently the Oregon State University Foundation Portland Center. She has a master’s degree in public education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a degree in English from Portland State University.

Frederiksen is the CEO of RSV Building Solutions. He began work at RSV in 1980 after returning from a six-year stint in the United States Air Force, and bought the company in 1989. He has a master’s degree in human resource management from Gonzaga University and a degree in journalism from Central Washington University.


Dustin Meyer of Ridgefield has won the 2014 Core Value Award from Corwin Beverage Company. The award honors employees who demonstrate the Ridgefield-based company’s core values each day.

Meyer has been an employee for two years at Corwin Beverage, where he has been promoted from loader to merchandiser to his current position as sales representative. The award was announced at the Corwin quarterly, all-company meeting at the firm’s Ridgefield headquarters. Employees are nominated and chosen by Corwin employees.



Columbia Credit Union recently announced the promotion of Darcie Williams to assistant vice president/branch manager of the company’s Washougal branch.

In her new role, Williams will be responsible for ensuring the branch’s overall success, meeting goals for production, sales, service and market growth. She will develop and initiate plans for staff leadership and development; and ensure branch compliance with regulations and policies.

Williams has 14 years of industry experience and stays active in the community through memberships with the Camas/Washougal and Greater Vancouver Chambers of Commerce.

Additionally, Columbia Credit Union announced the hiring of Steve Grote as vice president/training and development.

In his new role, Grote will be responsible for the design, implementation and execution of employee training and development programs on behalf of the credit union. He will coordinate training initiatives throughout all departments to support the internal service culture; manage training department staff and functions; and develop current and future managers.

Grote has more than 12 years of progressive training and development experience and most recently served as a leadership development professional at WaferTech.


The Salmon Creek Hospital Foundation has elected David Copenhaver, Marta Halvorsen, Glenda Hill and Erin Lambley to its Board of Trustees. The foundation advocates and raises funds for Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center in Vancouver.

Copenhaver is president and CEO of White Stone Development. He serves on the board of Vancouver’s Downtown Association and is a board member and vice chair of Options 360 Pregnancy Medical Clinics. He holds a distinguished certified development professional designation, as well as a bachelor of science in communications and a bachelor of art in psychology from Portland State University.

Halvorsen is a principal and financial advisor at Edward Jones. She has held a number of volunteer roles, including serving as a new financial advisor support specialist, growth leader, mentor, productivity leader and visiting veteran.

Hill is vice president and senior relationship manager of Regents Bank. She is currently a board and finance committee member of Columbia River Mental Health Services and treasurer of the Mt. St. Helens Institute. She also serves on the board of the American Cancer Institute. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix, a certificate in healthcare administration from Portland State University, and will soon complete the OHSU/PSU joint Healthcare Management MBA program.

Lambley is an associate business attorney with Landerholm P.S. She received her juris doctor from Northwestern College of Law at Lewis and Clark College. Lambley is on the board of the Pink Lemonade Project, which provides support to breast cancer survivors. She recently served on the 2013 Legacy Salmon Creek Cares Luncheon Committee.

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