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Kami Sevier, assistant vice president commercial loan officer, has moved from Stockman Bank Glendive to Stockman Bank Helena. Her responsibilities include developing and servicing commercial and construction loans, and assisting clients with their lending and credit needs. Sevier brings more than six years of banking experience, which includes consumer and commercial lending, personal banking, customer relations and business development.

A Montana native, Sevier earned her bachelor of science degree in accounting from Montana State University-Bozeman. She was active in the Glendive community serving as the board president for the Glendive Chamber of Commerce, as well as serving as a member of the Glendive Rotary Club and the Eastern Plains Economic Development Council.

She is located at 3094 N. Sanders St., and may be reached at 447-9057.

Barrett Meyer, a systems field engineer at Information Systems of Montana, has completed the latest course and test for Mac OS X Server. Meyer updated his Apple certifications on how to install and configure the latest OS X Servers to provide network-based services such as file sharing, DHCP, and collaboration services. He also learned about the tools required for efficiently managing and deploying OS X and software updates.

Information Systems of Montana is a locally owned and operated IT consulting company with offices in Helena and Great Falls. ISM can be found at or 406-996-1858.

Awards and honors

St. Peter’s named a Top 20 Rural Community Hospital

St. Peter’s Health was recently named one of this year’s Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals in the country. Hospitals achieving top 20 status received the highest ratings across several categories including quality, patient outcomes, costs, financial stability and market share.

St. Peter’s Health joins Bozeman Health as the only two Montana health care systems to make the 2018 list.

The Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals scored best among Perspective Payment System Hospitals on the iVantage Health Analytics’ Hospital Strength Index™ and achieved success in overall performance based on composite ratings. The eight indices of strength evaluated include inpatient market share, outpatient market share, quality, outcomes, patient perspectives, costs, charges and financial stability.

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Tetra Tech employee recognized for service

Helena's Tetra Tech office has recognized Steven Field for his 10 years of service to the company. Field is a native of Helena and 1993 graduate of Montana Tech in metallurgical engineering. Field is a civil design engineer and CAD manager, providing Civil 3D and GeoFluv models in support of mine remediation efforts nationwide, as well as AutoCAD support to other users.

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Tetra Tech is a provider of consulting and engineering services. To learn more, visit

West Mont employees acknowledged for service

West Mont recently recognized a group of employees for anniversary milestones and for their continued dedication to the organization: Ginny Heinert, 30 years; Lisa Gadaire and Carol Hobbs, 25 years; Christine Anderson and Gary Leddige, 15 years; Arlene Flynn, Eric Gumeringer, Morgan Popp and Vickie Violette 10 years. Employees celebrating five years include Morgan Broadbrooks, Mary Caruso, Amy Drennon, Robin Farrell, Courtney Gates, Sean Hefflin, Tina Maedche, and Raymond VonBergen.

West Mont established in 1973, is a Helena, Montana nonprofit organization that provides services for people with disabilities. 


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