The St. Vincent Healthcare board of directors leadership for 2014 are Terrill Moore, chair, First Interstate Bank; Dennis Maier, vice chair, Surgical Associates, and Danielle Emery, secretary/treasurer. New board members are Kurt Alme, Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch; Martha Arguelles, MS…
One year ago, Kurt Alme joined The Gazette editorial board as our community member. For the past 12 months, Kurt has been a terrific volunteer, sharing his knowledge, experience and valuable time with us.
A heartfelt thank you to all our friends in the community who supported Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation this year. And a special thank you to those who made contributions in memory of Bob McFarlane, who became the ranch’s first superintendent in 1957 and passed away this year.
The Billings Gazette editorial board welcomes a new community member this week. Kurt Alme has agreed to join staff board members in studying and discussing public issues that are the subjects of Gazette opinions.
Charity begins at home, but tax breaks can help.
Kurt Alme has been named president of the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation. Alme is a past member of the Yellowstone Foundation board of directors and brought his legal and tax expertise to management in 2010. A graduate of Harvard Law School and a partner with the Crowley Law Fir…
Twin tidal waves are coming.
Mac Stevens, CPA, retired partner at KPMG Billings, was elected to the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation board of directors. He joins Chairman Lee Scherer, partner Energy Consultants LLC; Vice Chairman William Hritsco, attorney, Davis, Warren & Hritsco-Dillon; Secretary-Treasur…
(Photo) Marcy Mutch, vice president of finance, First Interstate BancSystem, Inc.; and (Photo) Don Sterhan, president & CEO, Mountain Plains Equity Group, have been elected to the board of directors of Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation.
Former First Assistant U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme now works for the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation in Billings.
Former Montana First Assistant U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme jumped jobs this week and now focuses on keeping troubled kids out of jail.
Kurt Alme’s first hole-in-one is definitely one to remember.