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Cedar City — MATTHEW M. CANNON has been appointed to the Southern Utah University Board of Trustees by Governor Gary R. Herbert, and confirmed by the Utah Senate. Cannon is a shareholder of Ray Quinney & Nebeker.
Salt Lake City — Shareholders at Durham Jones & Pinegar elected MARK L. ASTLING to serve on the firm’s board of directors. Astling practices in the firm’s business & finance section.
St. George — The Tonaquint Data Center hired MATT HEATON as vice president of sales and operations. Heaton was previously manager of major accounts for Century Link and director of sales for Diamond Wireless in Colorado.
Salt Lake City — ZAGG Inc appointed BRIAN STECH as executive vice president of global sales. Stech was most recently president of the Americas for SteelSeries.
Ogden — Bank of Utah appointed TIFFANY SHAW HERNANDEZ to assistant vice-president portfolio manager at its full-service branch in Orem,. Shaw started her career at the bank’s main branch in Ogden.
Salt Lake City – HENRY S. WHITE, a distinguished professor of chemistry and former chair of the University of Utah’s chemistry department, will serve as the new dean of the university’s College of Science, starting July 1. White has been a member of the university’s faculty since 1993.
Provo — Vivint Solar named DWAIN KINGHORN chief strategy and innovations officer. Kinghorn has a long history as a security engineering executive
Intermountain Life Flight named PAM MOORE executive director and Bill Beninati medical director of adult services. They replace Jerry Moore, and FRANK THOMAS, respectively, who retired from those roles earlier this year.