Kira Case has been promoted to vice president and general manager at Card Cafe. Case has been with the company since its inception and will oversee and manage all operating aspects of the company. Case served as operations manager for the past three years. Previously, she was with a printing company in various positions.

Troy Pattee and Eric Fairbanks have joined the marketing team at Utah Disaster Kleenup. Pattee, director of marketing over insurance accounts, has been involved in the restoration industry as the owner of his own start-up company the past six years. He has 15 years of experience in marketing and advertising. His education includes degrees from Brigham Young University. Fairbanks, director of marketing over commercial accounts, will lead public relation and event marketing efforts, with a focus on commercial accounts. For the past six years, he has worked in advertising, including branding and awareness and direct response advertising. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

Greg Butterfield and Lloyd "Buzz" Waterhouse have joined the board of directors of AxisPointe Inc. Butterfield, currently managing partner of SageCreek Partners, has more than 23 years of executive-level experience in the software industry. Waterhouse, who serves on the boards of four other companies and a college, most recently was president and chief executive officer of Harcourt Education. Prior to Harcourt, he was CEO of The Reynolds and Reynolds Co. He also also held various sales, marketing, finance, technology and general management positions at IBM, including president of Asia Pacific Services Corp.

Mike Comrie has been appointed marketing manager of Ski Utah. He previously worked as a producer for a local snowboard film production company. Comrie's education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

Tyler Bernius has rejoined Professional Service Industries Inc. as a staff engineer in the company's Salt Lake City operations office. He worked at PSI from February 2006 to June 2008.

Devin D. Thorpe has been appointed chief financial officer at MonaVie. Thorpe most recently led USTAR's Technology Outreach and Innovation Program and previously served as the managing director of Thorpe Capital Group, a regional investment bank that he founded in 2000. Thorpe had held several executive positions, including serving as treasurer for another direct-selling company. He also served a two-year assignment on the staff of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee in Washington, D.C. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

David A. Baker has joined Steton as the director of food industry solutions. Baker has experience in food safety and related matters at three other companies.

Rick Nydegger has been named to the Board of Trustees of the Economic Development Corp. of Utah. Nydegger is president and managing director of the Salt Lake City-based intellectual property law firm Workman Nydegger.

Samantha Uhrey and Wendy Thomas have joined the Ogden office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. The brokerage had added a dozen sales associates in the past 60 days.

Joshua Randall and Bradley B. Jensen have joined law firm Holland & Hart. As of-counsel to the firm, Randall will focus on intellectual property law within the business department of the Salt Lake City office. Before joining Holland & Hart, Randall was an intellectual property attorney for a company in Minnesota. Before practicing law, he was a design engineer for another company. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah. As a new partner to the firm, Jensen will focus on intellectual property law within the business department of the Salt Lake City office. Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Jensen worked for more than eight years as an associate and a shareholder at another firm Before attending law school, Jensen worked as a product engineer for a Salt Lake company. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

Camille A. Moore, a longtime resident of Garfield County, has been appointed to the Farm Service Agency's state committee in Utah. Moore and her husband raise alfalfa and maintain pasture for their cattle and quarter horses.