June 13, 2008 · Updated 12:51 PM
Lea Armstrong, president and owner of Armstrong In-Home Care Services, was recently nominated as one of 11 Women of Influence in business.
Armstrong founded Armstrong In-Home Care Services in 1994. The company has offices in Federal Way, Auburn and Kent. Its clients are the elderly, disabled and individuals recovering from serious injury or illness.
Haggen Inc. has appointed Sue Yarkosky as manager of the TOP Food and Drug store in Federal Way.
Yarkofsky started with Haggen in 1989 as a bookkeeper at the TOP store in Yakima. Through 1993, she also worked as a checker, guest services manager, variety manager and assistant grocer. She left in 1993 to start her own business, then returned to Haggen five years later.
In 2000, she was promoted to manager of the TOP store in Auburn.
Meanwhile, Haggen announced Darin Theophilus is the new manager of the Auburn store. He started with Haggen in 1995 as a night clerk in Kent. Most recently, he was perishable manager at TOP in Edmonds.
Haggen also announced Darin Theophilus is the new manager of the Auburn store. He started with Haggen in 1995 as a night clerk in Kent. Most recently, he was perishable manager at TOP in Edmonds.
Lori Morrison, a credit analyst for Weyerhaeuser, received the NACM/Robert Half Finance and Accounting and Accountemps Student of the Year Award.
The award is co-sponsored by the National Association of Credit Management (NACM).
Scott Peters, Browns Point-Tacoma representative for Edward Jones, was honored for his work performance during the investment firms recent management forum in Tempe, Ariz.