Named Vice President and General Manager at Six Flags St. Louis
Above: David Roemer, vice president and general manager,
Six Flags Inc. has named David Roemer as vice president
and general manager of Six Flags St. Louis. He succeeds Thomas Iven
as the park's leader.
In his most recent position of national director of purchasing for
Six Flags Theme Parks, Roemer was responsible for national and international
agreements for the company's properties worldwide including theme
parks in Mexico City, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands
and the U.S.
Roemer started his career 29 years ago in the mailroom at Six Flags
St. Louis. Since that time, he has held various positions with the
Six Flags organization. Six Flags Inc. currently has 39 theme parks
in North America, Europe and Latin America and hosts more than 50
million guests worldwide.
Schnuck Markets Names Caster VP, Controller
Above: Lori Caster, vice president, controller, Schnuck
Lori Caster, CPA, has joined Schnuck Markets Inc. as vice
president, controller. She replaces Paul Blasè, who is retiring
Caster most recently served as vice president and controller with
Bridge Information Systems in St. Louis. Prior to joining Bridge,
she was a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, St. Louis, in
audit and business advisory services.
Caster brings experience in financial reporting processes review
and major financial transactions. Also, she has worked with large
professional services teams, acquisitions and divestitures, business
and financial risk assessment, and other areas of financial management.
Founded in St. Louis in 1939, the family-owned Schnuck Markets Inc.
currently operates 92 stores in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
Roberts Joins Welsch, Flatness & Lutz as VP
Welsch, Flatness & Lutz, an insurance, risk management and financial
services firm, has added Peggy Roberts as vice president.
Her responsibilities include sales and consulting for the firm's
commercial insurance services. Roberts brings more than 15 years
of experience in the commercial insurance field.
Pompe Named President of Follman Properties
Above: Bruce Pompe, president, Follman Properties
Follman Properties ONCOR International has promoted Bruce
Pompe, CPM, RAM to president. Pompe has been with the commercial
real estate firm for more than 15 years and succeeds Gary Follman
who is returning to a real estate investment and services practice.
Burt Follman continues as chairman and CEO of the company.
Previously Pompe served Follman as executive vice president of asset
management and chief operating officer. He is a Certified Property
Manager (CPM), a Registered Apartment Manager (RAM) and a member
of the Real Estate Board of Metropolitan St. Louis, the National
Association of Realtors, and the St. Louis Chapter of Institute
of Real Estate Management (IREM).
Law Firm Welcomes Reeg and Hahalis
The law firm of Kohn, Shands, Elbert, Gianoulakis & Giljum,
LLP, announced Kurtis Reeg has joined the firm as a partner.
In addition, attorney Maria Hahalis has become associated
with the firm.
For more than
20 years Reeg has represented product manufacturers, distributors
and retailers in a wide range of products-related litigation.
He also handles complex insurance and environmental cases. He
joins the firm after serving as the National Chair of the Product
Liability Group and Chair of the Tort and Insurance Group of the
St. Louis office of one of the nation's largest law firms.
general civil litigation after serving as an Assistant Missouri
Attorney General. Her experience includes state government litigation,
products liability, personal injury, insurance coverage, alternative
dispute resolution and family law.
Fru-Con Appoints Weeks and Arthur as Vice Presidents
Fru-Con Construction Corp. has named Charles Weeks
vice president of human resources and Paul Arthur as vice
president of power.
Weeks will oversee Fru-Con's human resources and safety departments.
He previously held a position at H.E. Sargent Inc., a construction
company based in Maine, and a subsidiary of Fru-Con.
Arthur was manager of business development for Fru-Con's process
industries business unit for three years. In his new position,
he is responsible for the acquisition of new power and energy
projects, developing and maintaining client relationships, and
successful completion of projects.
Eisen Appointed Executive VP at UniGroup
Stanley Eisen has been promoted to executive vice president
of special products at UniGroup Inc., the parent company of United
Van Lines and Mayflower Transit. In his new position, Eisen is
responsible for the operation and administration of the non-household
goods division of the company, which transports electronics equipment,
trade show displays and other commodities requiring special handling.
Eisen began his career with the UniGroup companies in 1998 as
vice president of Mayflower Transit’s Special Transportation Systems
and has most recently served as vice president of special products
for UniGroup. Prior to joining UniGroup, Eisen served in management
capacities at two other carriers.
Christner Promotes Ducker to Principal
Christner, architecture and design firm in Clayton, announced
Robert G. Ducker, AIA, has been named a principal. Previously,
Ducker served the firm as director of design. His experience with
Christner includes a variety of projects for clients such as The
Center of Clayton, Community School in Ladue, Missouri Baptist
Medical Center, Maryville University Center, Visitation Academy
and BJC Health System.
Huhn Appointed Managing Principal of Right Management Consultants’
St. Louis Office
John Huhn, managing principal, Right Management Consultants.
Right Management Consultants recently named John Huhn as
managing principal of their St. Louis Region. Right specializes
in human resources consulting and has more than 200 service locations
A native of St. Louis, Huhn joined Right more than two years ago
serving in the areas of new business development and strategic
alliances. Prior to joining the firm, he was president and CEO
of The Rainforest Company, which he co-founded in 1992. His six
year tenure culminated with the acquisition of Rainforest Crunch,
a well-known Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor.
Forbes magazine’s “Best 200 Small Companies in America”
has listed Right Management Consultants for the past several years.
In addition, the firm made Business Weekly’s list of “Hot
Growth Companies: The 100 Best Small Corporations.” Right counts
85 percent of the Fortune 500 among their clients.
Robuck Joins Alberici as VP and GM of Southeast Region
Kenneth Robuck, vice president and general manager of the Southeast
Region, J.S. Alberici Construction Co. Inc.
J.S. Alberici Construction Co Inc. has named Kenneth Robuck
as vice president and general manager of the Southeast Region.
Robuck will focus on power projects nationally within this new
Robuck brings more than 20 years of power and construction experience
to Alberici. Most recently, he was president of the Williams Power
Founded in 1918, Alberici provides general contracting, construction
management, specialty contracting and design-build services worldwide.
The company, ranked 55th among the largest contractors in the
U.S. by Engineering News-Record, is headquartered in St. Louis.