Remembrance: A Family Legacy is a new business that can document your family for future generations.
It's creator is pychologist Allen Johnson of Richland. The service provides a 60- to 90-minute video and still photography-based documentary on family genealogy.
The cost varies in price, starting at about $500. Johnson interviews family members, takes photos and videos documenting the family's history. He then compiles the information on a DVD so that future generations will know their great, great, grandparents by watching them on screen.
For more information, call 509-627-3000.
Sandy Summers Russell of Othello was recently selected as the National Association of Professional Child Photographers' 2012 Child Photographer of the Year. She has a studio in Kennewick and worked as a staff photographer for the Yakima Herald-Republic for six years.
The award is presented to a photographer who focuses on newborns, children and families.
One of Russell's winning images was recently featured on an electronic billboard in Times Square in New York City.
Susan Winslow has been elected to the Dade Moeller Board. A Dade Moeller employee since 2003, Winslow is a vice president and manages the firm's western operations. Winslow has more than 23 years of experience as a health physicist and radiation protection manager at Hanford and commercial nuclear power plants. She also performs radiological dose assessments for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health's dose reconstruction project.
William Kirby has been named deputy project manager for Washington Closure Hanford. He succeeds Brad Smith, who accepted a position with Bechtel National in Virginia. Kirby is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Hanford's $2.4 billion River Corridor Closure Project. He has 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry, including at DOE's Idaho and Rocky Flats, Colo., sites.