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Clark County business briefing

By , Columbian staff writer

People in business

Real estate attorney Roy D. Pyatt has been named to the legal team of Landerholm, P.S. His experience includes landlord-tenant issues, creditors’ rights, litigation and construction matters. Landerholm’s offices are at 805 Broadway St., Suite 1000.

Phillip Hymas has joined the Vancouver office of Otak as a civil engineering designer. He previously worked as a transportation engineer for the Washington State Department of Transportation and is a certified WSDOT inspector. Otak is an engineering, urban-design, planning, architecture and landscape architecture firm with offices in Washington, Oregon, Colorado and the United Arab Emirates.

Alfred Seekamp, M.D., has joined the board of directors for the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington. Seekamp has practiced in the community for 20 years and is the chief medical officer at The Vancouver Clinic. His medical specialties are women’s health, obstetrics and gynecology.

Other business

Barton Sloan, Licensed Independent Social Worker, has opened a counseling practice at 222 N.E. Park Plaza Drive, Suite 127. Sloan practiced for 27 years in Anchorage, Alaska, and works with individuals and couples. Information: and 360-254-3642

The Columbian welcomes submissions about Clark County residents or businesses, as well as regional business events. Information must be received by noon of the Tuesday preceding the intended Sunday publication date. Send to or fax 360-735-4491. Sales awards are not published.

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