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Catalyst Magazine 'Power 50' Awards

— Last week with the launch of their Summer 2014 issue, announced the Inland Business Catalyst magazine's 'Power 50' - the most influential people in our community. This was a readers poll and over 500 nominations were submitted. An awards ceremony was held last week to honor all winners.

The 2014 'Power 50' most influential leaders are:
1-David Condon, Mayor City of Spokane
2-Walt Worthy, President & CEO Worthy Enterprises
3-William Stacey Cowles, Publisher, The Spokesman-Review
4-Kevin Parker, 6th Dist. State Representative; Owner Dutch Bros. Coffee
5-Richard Hadley, Former CEO Greater Spokane Incorporated
6-Scott Morris, President & CEO, Avista Corp.
7-Lisa Brown, Chancellor, WSU Spokane
8-Jerry Dicker, Owner of GVD Commercial Properties, Inc.
9-Ben Stuckart, Council President, City of Spokane
10-Jack Heath, President & COO, Washington Trust Bank
11-Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Congresswoman, Washington's 5th District
12-Ozzie Knezovich, Sheriff, Spokane County
13-Mark Few, Head Coach of Gonzaga University Men's Basketball
14-Elaine Couture, Regional Chief Executive, Providence Health Care Eastern Washington
15-Elizabeth Cowles, Chairwoman, Cowles Company
16-Jim Frank, Principal and CEO, Greenstone Corporation
17-Harlan D. Douglass, President, Harlan D. Douglass, Inc.
18-Marty Dickinson, EVP & Cultural Enhancement Executive, Umpqua Bank
19-Ted. S. McGregor, Jr., Publisher, The Pacific Northwest Inlander
20-Kent Caputo, COO, The Kalispel Tribe Economic Authority
21-Peter F. Stanton, Chairman & CEO, Washington Trust Bank
22-Vincent Bozzi, Publisher & CEO, Bozzi Media
23-Frank G. Straub, Jr., Police Chief, City of Spokane
24-Todd Miekle, County Commissioner, Spokane County
25-R. Ronald Wells, Owner, Wells and Company
26-Theresa Sanders, City Administrator, City of Spokane
27-Kevin Twohig, CEO, Spokane Public Facilities District
28-Harry Sladich, EVP Hotel Operations, Red Lion Hotels Corporation
29-Tom Fritz, CEO, Inland Northwest Health Services
30-Irv Zakheim, Chairman & CEO, Zak Designs
31-Bobby Brett, Managing Partner, Spokane Indians and Spokane Chiefs
32-Mark Richard, President, Downtown Spokane Partnership
33-Ed Clark, Owner, The Clark Company, Spokane How's Business
34-Dick Vandervert, President & Owner, Vandervert Developments
35-Colonel Brian Newberry, 92nd Air Refueling Wing Commander, Fairchild Air Force Base
36-Dave Black, CEO, NAI Black, Managing Partner, Black Enterprises and Dave Black Properties
37-Andy Billig, Senator, Washington's 3rd District
38-Shelly O'Quinn, County Commissioner, Spokane County
39-Shelley Redinger, Superintendent, Spokane Public Schools
40-Al French, County Commissioner, Spokane County
41-Richard Wendle, Owner, Wendle Motors
42-Mark Hurtubise, President, Inland Northwest Community Foundation
43-Jeff Phillips, CEO, Rosauers Supermarkets
44-Lawrence B. Stone, L.B. Stone Properties Group
45-Kim Pearman-Gillman, Director of Strategic Market Development, McKinstry
46-Linda Elkin, Regional President, U.S. Bank
47-Kent Hull, Managing Partner, Iron Bridge Office Campus & Development
48-Thayne M. McCulloh, President, Gonzaga University
49-Jim Sheehan, Owner, The Community Building and Saranac
50-Tom Simpson, Co-Founder & Chairman, Etailz

Congratulations to all the honorees. To read more, pick up the June issue of Inland Business Catalyst.

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