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ApexNetwork Physical Therapy has opened a new clinic at 6344 Highway 550 in Cuba, N.M. The new clinic in Cuba joins ApexNetwork’s other New Mexico locations in Bernalillo, Bloomfield and Gallup and the over 60 locations nationwide. Valerio Tonelli Enrico, PT, will be the clinic manager.

For additional information about the new Cuba clinic, call 575-289-0170 or email

Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy is opening a new satellite academy at 1001 Golf Course NW in Rio Rancho. The new 3,600-square-foot school will offer two alternate schedules to accommodate up to 84 students. For additional information, visit


Mary Clare Galarza, R.N.

Mary Clare Galarza, R.N., has been promoted to the position of manager of Oasis, the new medical spa recently opened by Women’s Specialists of New Mexico. Galarza joined Women’s Specialists of New Mexico in 2006 and subsequently became the lead clinician, playing a key role in developing the non-surgical cosmetic division of the company’s practice. She has been a licensed nurse since 1985 and also has 10 years’ experience in cosmetics, having achieved advanced training in facial injections and the technical cosmetic treatments including Coolsculpting, ThermiSmooth and laser treatments.

Delia “Eileen” Goode, R.N., has been promoted by the New Mexico Primary Care Association (NMPCA) to chief operating officer (CEO). Goode joined the NMPCA in January of 2002. She previously was the director of operations/clinical programs since 2012.


Lea Harrison, the director of business development at Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque, has been elected to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) New Mexico State Board. Nomination to the NAMI-New Mexico State Board is based on completed ballots by members of NAMI throughout New Mexico. The newly elected board was announced at the NAMI-New Mexico annual meeting in August. Harrison has 20 years’ experience in public relations, strategic planning, health care, marketing and brand management and joined Haven in 2012.

The School for Advanced Research (SAR) in Santa Fe has elected six new members to its board of directors. They are Ned Blackhawk (Western Shoshone), a professor of history and American studies at Yale University; Brian Foster, Ph.D., a provost emeritus and professor of anthropology emeritus at the University of Missouri – Columbia; Louise Lamphere, a distinguished professor of anthropology emerita at UNM and past president of the American Anthropological Association; James W. Robins, recently retired from the company he and his father founded, The Robins Group Inc., based in La Jolla, Calif.; Jerry Sabloff, Ph.D., the Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania and an external professor and past president of the Santa Fe Institute; and Gregory A. Smith, a partner of Hobbs Straus who has represented Indian tribes and tribal organizations as an attorney and as a government affairs specialist for nearly 20 years.


Lisa Ereifej, M.D., has joined the Lovelace Medical Group as a board-eligible endocrinologist whose practice is located at the clinic behind the Lovelace Women’s Hospital at 101 Hospital Loop NE in Albuquerque. Ereifej has a bachelor’s degree in medicine from the Jordan University of Science and Technology; and graduated from the internal medicine residency program at UNM.

Robert J. Johnston has joined the law firm of Sutin, Thayer & Browne. Johnston will practice primarily in business and corporate law and has experience in the litigation field. He has a bachelor’s degree from Eastern New Mexico University; and a law degree from the University of New Mexico.

John Daly has joined NICOR Inc. as vice president of sales. Daly has 26 years’ experience in the lighting industry and previously was the principal of R&D Lighting; and as vice president of international sales for Cree Lighting. He has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.

David Pennington

David Pennington has joined Parametrix as vice president of infrastructure and environmental services for the firm’s southwest region which includes offices in Albuquerque and Salt Lake City, Utah. Pennington previously worked at WSP/Parsons Brinckerhoff for 20 years, holding the positions of New Mexico area manager and also as a project manager for major projects. He is also an experienced transportation planner with expertise in transit, urban and rural highways, municipal streets, and NEPA analysis and documentation.


Summit Electric Supply is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The privately held, independent electrical distributor was founded by Victor Jury, Sr. David Meredith and Victor Jury Jr. in 1977 with a staff of five in Albuquerque. After 40 years, the company has expanded to 25 service centers in five states and employs over 600 associates. The company also operates a service center in Dubai, UAE, and has divisions devoted to marine, EP&C and international sales.

Range Cafe in Bernalillo is celebrating their 25th anniversary. Owners Tom Fenton and Matt DiGregory opened the 56-seat establishment in 1992 and have since expanded to four locations and over 450 employees; as well as two additional restaurant concepts under the Range Cafe’s operation — Standard Diner and Freight House Kitchen + Tap.