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Yandell issued patent

Marion E. Yandell, M.D., was issued a second patent from the U.S. Patent Office.

Both patents cover variations on a vial system.

Yandell's second invention is for reducing the incidence of infections acquired in hospitals. He is seeking strategic commercialization partners and can be contacted at 452-1171.

He has several other related U.S. and foreign patents pending.

Innovation Law Group, Ltd., of Sequim, helped in the preparation, filing and prosecution of the patent applications.



Manzer joins Windermere

Jane Manzer has joined Windermere Real Estate/Sequim East as a real estate agent.

Manzer moved to the Olympic Peninsula in the spring of 1978 when her husband, Fred, transferred to Olympic National Park. The couple raised two sons in Sequim.

Her employment background includes work with real estate appraisers and for real estate attorneys.

She volunteered in elementary classrooms, served as an officer on Helen Haller PTO, was on the middle school advisory council and was one of the founding officers of the Sequim Schools Athletic Booster Club. She is a member of Soroptimist International of Sequim.



Lawrence gets banking honor

Marc Lawrence of Sequim was designated a Top 10 Community Banker/Commercial Lender for July by the US Bank Small Business Lending Center.

Part of the criteria for the designation is the number of loan applications submitted and approved.

Lawrence is based in Sequim and covers the Northwest Washington region. He also received the designation in May 2009.



McComb Gardens

McComb Gardens and Olympic Orchard Society team up Saturday, Sept. 25, at an Incredible Edible Festival booth at the Boys & Girls Club, 400 W. Fir St., Sequim.

The booth's theme is "Growing Groceries." Information on growing fruit trees, berries and home garden vegetables will be available.

Call 681-2827.



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