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THE THURSDAY, September 18, 2014 ., Attorney opens ub.c, jo..s w--,, new office in the as training specialist The Washingt_,on State downtown School Directors-Associa- tion has named Tricia Lubach of Quincy as its new training specialist for leadership de- velopment. Lubach, who will be based in Quincy, will provide school directors in central and eastern Washington with easy access to WSSDA's professional de- velopment, training and sup- port. Lubach has served on the Quincy School District's Board of Directors for nearly 10 years She will continue her service on that board. "I'm excited about the op- portunity to work with school directors throughout the state," Lubach said. "Having served as a long-time board member in rural central Wash- ington and being a native of eastem Washington gives me a unique perspective of the challenges and rewards of educational leadership in this region." Lubach has been one of WSSDA's cadre of consul- tants since 2012. She serves as an elected member of WSS- DA's Legislative Committee, and is a graduate of Leader- ship WSSDA and Washington State University. She has 25 years experience in commu- nications and public informa- tion consulting. BY JILL FITZSIMMONS editor@qvpr com With the opening of a branch office in Quincy, longtime Central Washington attomey Brian Dano has now come full circle. That's because when Dano practiced law 40 years ago with his father, Harry Dano, and brother, Garth Dano, the fa- ther-son team had an office in Quincy. Dano joked recently from his new of- fice that he hasn't gone too far in life. However, an attomey since 1972, he has built a Solid reputation in the Columbia Basin. "I think we have a great reputation for quality work and getting it done expo- nentially," he said. Based in Moses Lake, Dano last week opened his new Quincy office after a five-month renovation. The office, 11 E St. S.E., is in the courtyard building, across from The Lovely Grape. Dano said he's been thinking about expanding to Quincy for some time now becausehe has several longtime clients, many of whom are in agriculture, in the area. He wanted to have a location that was more accessible to his Quincy-area clients, he said. "And I'd like to get some more clients from Quincy," Dano added. When he started practicing law, Dano had a general practice in Ellensburg, his hometown. At that tune, he had an em- phasis on criminal law, real estate and Jill FitzSimmons/Post-Register Attorney Brian Dano will be in Quincy on Thursdays to work from his new office at 11 E St. S.W. Dano has been practicing law for more than 40 years in Central Washington. business matters. However, since eliminating litigation from his practice in the early 1980s, Dano has concentrated in the areas of estate and trust planning and administra- tion, probate, real property and commer- cial transactions, business entity creation and management, and family business succession planning. That means Dano prepares estate plan- ning documents, including wills, powers of attorney, community property agree- ments, trusts and pre- and postnuptial agreements. He also creates the documents neces- sary for the creation and management of limited liability companies as well as documents involved in all manner of real property and commercial transactions. He also assists his clients with probate and trust administration. Dano has a staff person dedicated to every area that he works in, helping him work with clients in a timely fashion, he said. Working with Dano in the Quincy of- fice is Vicki Heimark, a limited practice officer specializing in real estate. Hei- mark has worked in the legal field since 1989. Dano plans to be in Quincy on Thurs- days. However, he will come to town throughout the week for scheduled ap- pointments as needed. The Dano Law Firm, www.danolaw-, can be reached at 797-2042. "The timely care patients receive at Quincy Valley Medical Center is critical to their long-term health outcome. I strongly urge you to VOTE YES on Proposition I to preserve local healthcare for the Quincy Community." Br n i,i, mmson, .MT-P and Protection I Owner