Business people on the move

• Greg Reince has joined Century West Engineering Inc. as an engineer in training. Reince, a University of Idaho graduate, has experience in traffic and airport engineering projects.

• Garrett Chrostek has joined Bryant, Lovlien and Jarvis Law Firm as an associate attorney. Chrostek, who holds a law degree from the Vermont Law School, a master’s degree in public policy from Oregon State University and a bachelor’s of science in environmental policy from Linfield College, will focus on land use, real estate and municipal law.

• Danielle Lordi has joined Bryant, Lovlien and Jarvis Law Firm as an associate attorney. Lordi, who holds a law degree from the University of Oregon and a bachelor’s of arts from the University of Virginia, will focus on civil litigation and employment law.

• Judy Petullo has been named volunteer of the year at KPOV, High Desert Radio. Petullo spends her nights and weekends editing her radio show, All Things Vegan.

• Creig Jones has been named volunteer of the year at KPOV, High Desert Radio. Jones, host of Tirebiter Tunes, works to support KPOV through fundraising and other activities.

• Travis Garner has joined the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors. Garner, who has worked at Parr Lumber Company for 15 years, is also the president of the Crook County Chamber of Commerce and Pioneer Memorial Hospital board of directors.

• Skylar Bush has joined the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors. Bush, who works as a business specialist at Wells Fargo, has been an active volunteer with Bend Area Habitat since 2012.

• Ken Powell has joined the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors. Powell, a mortgage loan originator with Guild Mortgage Company, was previously the vice president of several major financial institutions.

• Greg Blackmore has joined the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors. Blackmore, secretary of the Bend Area Habitat and customer service manager at First American Title, is a member of the city of Bend Affordable Housing Committee and is on the Central Oregon Builders Association Government Affairs Committee.

• Bob Layne has joined the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors. Layne, a real estate broker with Associates Real Estate Inc., began volunteering with Bend Area Habitat in 2008.

• Corey Charon , broker with Coldwell Banker Morris Real Estate, has been named Rookie of the Year for 2013. Charon focuses on commercial and residential properties.

• John Snippen , broker at Coldwell Banker Morris Real Estate, was recognized by the Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle Award for his 2013 sales production. This award goes to the top 8 percent of all sales associates and representatives worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system.

• Dr. Natasha S. Rudd , N.D., L.Ac., has joined Sage Health Center LLC as a new medical associate. Rudd is a fourth-generation doctor, with a focus on prevention in a primary health care setting.

• Jason Carr has joined NeighborImpact as communications director. Previously the executive director of The Partnership to End Poverty, Carr spent six years as the economic development director for Crook County.

• Ruth Williamson , of Williamson Consulting, has joined Bend Park & Recreation Foundation as a board member.

• Kirsten Goldstein , of local Great Clips, has joined Bend Park and Recreation Foundation as a board member.

The Central Oregon Association of Realtors honored a group of Realtors for achieving Realtor Emeritus status: Charlie Brown of Fay Ranches, Gary Fiebeck of John L. Scott in Bend, Mike Hoover of Windermere Swiftera, Karen Lundgren of Stardust Properties and Johnnie Murray of Highland Realty. Emeritus status signifies 40 cumulative years of membership in the National Association of Realtors.

• Sandra Wyman , of Prineville, has received the outstanding achievement award for stewardship at the Society for Range Management.