Samaritan welcomes behavioral specialist
Psychologist Alan Silver recently joined Samaritan Health Services, providing behavioral health care to patients of Samaritan Medical Clinics–North Albany.
Silver earned a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University, and master’s and doctoral degrees from Pacific University. He completed an internship at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, and residency training at Samaritan Medical Clinics–North Albany.
Specializing in primary care psychology, Silver assists individuals with a variety of physical, emotional or behavioral sources of stress. In addition, Silver provides behavioral health services at Samaritan Endocrinology, where he works with patients to reduce stress associated with health disorders.
Silver’s interests include providing behavioral health services and advocacy for patients who identify as gender and sexual minorities.
Those seeking more information are advised to talk with their primary care providers.
Corvallis brokers earn awards
The following brokers with RE/MAX Integrity’s Corvallis office earned a variety of sales production awards for the year 2017.
Kevin Simrin, owner of RE/MAX Integrity, received the Brokerage of the Year Award for the Pacific Northwest region in 2017.
Both individual brokers and teams were honored for their business performance.
Executive Club Award recipients are Dawn De Garmo, Kathy Frieze, Gary Irwin and Angela Stuckart. Recipients of the 100 Percent Club Award are Frank Gast, Lori Moss and Josie Quillan. The Platinum Club Award recipient is Rebecca Yu.
The Chairman’s Club Award recipient is Carla Allen. The 100 Percent Club Team Award recipient for 2017 is Sharon Davis. The Chairman’s Club Team Award recipient for 2017 is Samantha Alley. The Titan Club Team Award recipient for 2017 is Jill Schuster.
Based on Individual Commissions Earned, one RE/MAX Integrity broker placed overall in the entire Pacific Northwest Region; Carla Allen made fifth place. Based on Team Commissions Earned, one RE/MAX Integrity team placed overall in the entire Pacific Northwest Region. The Jill Schuster Team made seventh place.
Realtor joins Corvallis office
Tammie Overton, broker, Realtor, recently started work at the Coldwell Banker Valley Brokers’ Corvallis office.
Overton is a native Oregonian and former owner of a small business on the central coast. She can be reached at 541-961-1188.
Millersburg business hires manager
Homes Direct in Millersburg recently hired Dallas Boggs as general manager.
Prior to joining Homes Direct, Boggs was a co-owner of Brenner’s Furniture in Eugene for eight-and-a-half years. Before that he was general manager of Palm Harbor Homes in Millersburg.
Center announces board members
Old Mill Center for Children and Families recently announced two additions to its board of directors for 2018-19: Dale Ramsay and Maddie Thompson.
Other continuing members are George Cuniff (chair), Tatiana Dierwechter (vice chair), Jim Starker (treasurer), Yazmin Brambila, Katie Chambers, Jerry Duerksen, Bronwyn Evans, Cyrel Gable, Nick Hurley, Sid Lasswell, Lindsay Malachowski and Tammy Morrison.
Brenda Coleman leaves the board after six years of service, most recently as chair.
Old Mill Center for Children and Families, located in Corvallis, is a community-based, family-oriented center empowering children and families of diverse backgrounds to optimize their potential through specially designed education and therapy programs. It is a full-service provider of preschool, early intervention and parent support for children from birth through age 18 and their families.