People on the Move: Oct. 2, 2023

Mon, Oct 2, 2023 (2 a.m.)

Southwest Medical Hospice Care Bereavement Coordinator Jeff Long was appointed to Nevada’s Funeral and Cemetery Services Board by Gov. Joe Lombardo. The board protects the health, safety and welfare of the public by regulating the funeral services profession. Long, who will serve a two-year term, has been with Southwest Medical Hospice Care for three years.

Amari Italian Kitchen & Wine Shop is now open for lunch and dinner at UnCommons, the 40-acre urban campus at Interstate 215 and Durango Drive.

Platinum Contracting of Nevada was named to the 2023 Inc. 5000 list, Inc. magazine’s ranking of America’s fastest-growing companies. The general contractor ranked No. 1,894 with a 296% three-year growth rate. It is the only Nevada-based general contractor on the list, earning an industry ranking of 87th, a state ranking of 20th and a metro ranking of 14th.

Ninety-five attorneys from Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2024 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Attorneys from nine of Brownstein’s offices were recognized in 45 law categories ranging from bankruptcy, litigation and gaming to corporate, real estate and government relations. Three Las Vegas-based attorneys received “Lawyer of the Year” recognition, including Adam Segal in the litigation - ERISA category, Ellen Schulhofer for corporate law and Mitchell Langberg in the First Amendment law category.

SR Construction, a full-service design-build general contractor, was named the general contractor of the emergency room at Cadence, an extension of Henderson Hospital.

Makers & Finders opened in Henderson at 75 S. Valle Verde Drive #260. This marks the brand’s third location following its original spot in the Arts District and its second location at Downtown Summerlin.

Gilley’s Las Vegas at Treasure Island is now an official venue of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit offering an exclusive three-night viewing package during the racing events November 16-18.

City National Bank named Punam Mathur, executive director of the Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation, as a member of its Southern Nevada advisory board. Mathur is a philanthropist expert, speaker, trainer, writer and leader of the Southern Nevada business community. Previously, she was an officer and senior vice president, corporate diversity and community affairs, for MGM Resorts International.

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This story appeared in Las Vegas Weekly.

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