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Clark County Business Briefing

By , Columbian news assistant
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People in Business

A Camas CPA has been elected to the 2022-23 board of directors of the Oregon Society of CPAs. The board was installed April 1. Past Chair Charles R. Mello, CPA, is managing partner at Deloitte LLP, Portland, where he has worked for 20 years focused on the power, utility, and health care sectors.

PUD commissioners from four public utility districts assumed top leadership positions for 2022-23 as the Washington Public Utility Districts Association announced the election of its new officers. Jane Van Dyke, a Clark Public Utilities commissioner, will serve as secretary.

Laurus Wealth Management announced Greg Estell has joined the team of financial advisers. Estell has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a long-term resident of Vancouver. His family has been heavily involved in the community, participating in Columbia Dance, various high school sports and scouting.

On Tuesday, financial adviser David Woodson earned the Certified Financial Planner designation. Woodson began his career in New York City working in institutional retirement plan consulting before returning to the Vancouver area and beginning his career as a financial adviser at Laurus Wealth Management. Woodson is a graduate of Gonzaga University’s Graduate School of Business and also holds the Chartered Financial Consultant and Accredited Investment Fiduciary designations.


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