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Life coaching services now available

Cory Willson has opened Wisdom Life Coaching at 29351 S.W. Meadows Loop in Wilsonville. She offers individual and group coaching, parenting, community and corporate workshops. She holds a master’s degree in counseling, with specialization in marriage, family and child counseling.

“My vision and purpose as owner and founder of Wisdom Life Coaching is to create opportunities to share three simple truths with those who are curious and/or in need of support,” Willson said. “I share these Three Principles, because an understanding of them has deeply and measurably changed my life. Professionally, my mission is meaningful because what I teach creates sustainable change. I believe that this understanding has the potential to make a necessary shirt in our collective quality of life.”

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Anthem names Nance vice president of operations

Joy Nance has been named vice president of operations for Lake Oswego-based Anthem Memory Care, with responsibility for the midwestern and eastern United States.

Nance’s two-decade career has included executive and managerial positions with Mather Lifeways, Seniority Inc., CRL Senior Living, Brookdale Senior Living and Capital Senior Living. She received a bachelor of arts in social justice with a minor in psychology from Olivet Nazarene University.

Anthem opened its newest community, Harvester Place, in Burr Ridge, Ill., earlier this year. Three others are in various stages of construction - two in the Chicago area and one in Murrieta, Calif. The company already operates five dementia care communities in Colorado and California.

Edward Jones recognized for workplace flexibility

Fortune Magazine and Best Place to Work have recognized Edward Jones as one of the best companies in the country to work for, according to Edward Jones financial advisor Eric Weberg.

The St. Louis-based institution placed at No. 10 on Fortune’s list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For 2016” and No. 23 on Best Place to Work’s ranking of the “Best Workplaces for Flexibility.” Edward Jones also was listed as a great place to work for women, for millennials and for camaraderie.

Fortune and Best Place to Work researched more than 500 companies in the U.S., using employee assessment surveys and a review of respondents’ anonymous statements. Survey questions assessed co-workers’ feelings about work/life balance, as well as factors such as communication, fairness and leadership that affect employees’ ability to accommodate their personal lives without compromising their careers.

Google finished atop Fortune’s ranking once again — its seventh No. 1 ranking in the past 10 years.

Logical Position continues charitable trend

Logical Position, a digital marketing agency based in Lake Oswego, collected 14 pints of blood in its first-ever blood drive for the American Red Cross. The blood drive was the company’s third charitable act since it established an ACES (activities, community, education and social events) council in December. The March event followed a clothing drive for the Portland Rescue Mission and a food drive for the Oregon Food Bank. A food packaging event is planned for later this month.

Larrance named VP at Cascade Brewing

Lake Oswego resident Tim Larrance has been appointed vice president of sales and marketing at Cascade Brewing, effective April 4. He will be responsible for all sales and marketing functions, including managing and directing the company’s growing wholesaler network across the United States as well as helping continue to build the Cascade Brewing brand across the globe.

Larrance has more than 23 years experience in the beverage industry, holding area and regional management and director positions with Labatt USA, Inbev and William Grant & Sons. He has been in and around the brewing industry since his teenage years when he watched his father, Art Larrance, build Portland Brewing in the early 1980s; he began his own career there in 1992.

Larrance graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University and an MBA from George Fox University.

He lives in Lake Oswego with his wife and two sons.

— The Review