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JONES JOINS LOGAN COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC



PATRICIA C. JONES
vice president of
institutional advancement,
Logan College of Chiropractic


LES LEXOW
director of human resources,
Logan College of Chiropractic

Logan College of Chiropractic has appointed Patricia C. Jones vice president of institutional advancement and Les Lexow director of human resources. Jones brings 17 years of fund-raising experience to the college and previously worked as vice president of development and alumni relations at the American Youth Foundation in St. Louis.

TOTAL TRANSPORTATION ANNOUNCES NEW PRESIDENT

Total Transportation Services Inc. has announced that Patrick G. Baehler has succeeded Glenn Biffignani as president. Baehler has been with the company since 1981 and served as the company’s vice president of sales and marketing before his promotion. Biffignani retired after an 11-year career at Total Transportation Services.

AMEREN PROMOTES THREE EXECUTIVES

Thomas R. Voss has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer of Ameren Corporation. Voss has directed generation operations since 2003 and has been involved in the company’s energy delivery operations for more than 30 years. Richard J. Mark has been promoted from vice president for government policy and consumer affairs to senior vice president of AmerenUE Energy Delivery. Charles D. Naslund has been promoted from vice president of nuclear operations to senior vice president and chief nuclear officer.

BRUNO ELECTED PRESIDENT OF HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

S. Richards Bruno, president of St. Louis-based Bruno Homes, has been elected president of the Home Builders Association of Missouri until 2006. Previously, Bruno served as president of the organization.

ASYNCHRONY SOLUTIONS HIRES KURLANDER

Neil Kurlander is the new vice president of public sector solutions at Asynchrony Solutions, a provider of technology solutions for collaboration, communication and security. He previously worked as vice president of public safety products for software developer Information Technologies Inc.

ASCENT CORP. HIRES NEW CRITICAL SYSTEMS ENGINEER

Michael Carter has joined Ascent Corp. as a critical systems engineer and will provide engineering, supervision and project management support to the firm’s data center operations. Before joining Ascent, Carter worked as a project engineer for S.M. Wilson and Co.

THE PRIVATEBANK HIRES BISHOP


ROSEMARY BISHOP
associate managing director,
The PrivateBank

Rosemary Bishop has joined The PrivateBank as an associate managing director. She brings five years of experience as a mortgage banker to her new role and most recently worked as a private mortgage banker at Wells Fargo.

RICKARD, NEVILL JOIN MAY COMPANY


David B. Rickard has joined the board of directors at The May Department Stores Company, replacing Edward E. Whitacre Jr., who has resigned. Rickard is executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer of CVS Corporation.

Steven J. Nevill has joined the company in the newly created position of senior vice president of inventory management. He previously worked as national director for growth and profitability services at Kurt Salmon Associates, a global management consulting firm.

BRINKMANN SELECTS NEW DIRECTOR


RYAN BARR
director of development,
Brinkmann Constructors

Ryan Barr has been promoted to director of development for Brinkmann Constructors. In his new role, he will oversee new business development, real estate and development services, owner/client project coordination, program review and preconstruction services. Barr joined the firm as a project manager in 1995.

EVANS & DIXON NAMES NEW PARTNERS

Marylou Calzaretta, Jeffrey M. Proske and David J. Reynolds Jr. have been promoted to partner in Evans & Dixon LLC’s workers’ compensation practice. All three attorneys handle workers’ compensation cases and have been at the firm for five to 15 years.

RABBITT, PITZER & SNODGRASS EXPANDS ST. LOUIS OFFICE


Timothy W. Callahan, Seth J. Hawkins and Camille L. Fletcher have joined Rabbitt, Pitzer & Snodgrass PC as associates in the firm’s litigation practice group. Callahan and Hawkins graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2004, and both have worked as law clerks at the firm. Fletcher graduated from Washington University School of Law in 2003 and served as a litigation associate for another area law firm before joining Rabbitt, Pitzer and Snodgrass.

CASTELLANO NAMED CHAIRMAN OF BAKER TILLY INTERNATIONAL BOARD


JAMES G. CASTELLANO
chairman of the board of directors,
Baker Tilly International

James G. Castellano, chairman of the board at Rubin, Brown, Gornstein & Co. LLP, has been named chairman of Baker Tilly International’s board of directors. He will serve a three-year term and will continue to serve as chairman of Rubin, Brown, Gornstein & Co. LLP during that time.

EGGERS APPOINTED TO ABA COMMITTEE


ROBECKA L. EGGERS
vice chair of Partnerships and LLCs subcommittee,

Rebecka L. Eggers, an associate attorney at Kaplan & Sandweiss PC, has been appointed vice chair of a Partnerships and LLCs subcommittee at the American Bar Association. She also chairs a partnership committee in the tax section of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and serves as secretary of the association’s tax section.

TONGAY JOINS WOOLPERT

William Tongay has joined Woolpert LLP’s facilities design and management group as a senior project architect. He has more than 15 years of experience designing a variety of projects and has a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

CHRISTNER EXPANDS ARCHITECTURAL STAFF

William G. McCuen Jr. has joined Christner as an architect and urban designer for higher education, campus planning and urban design. McCuen formerly worked as design director for CRSS/HOK in South Carolina.

SCHUMAN TAPPED TO DIRECT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AT ACME ERECTORS

Frank V. Schuman has been appointed director of business development at Acme Erectors Inc. His previous positions included business development and consulting roles at CDG Engineers Architects Planners Inc., Laclair Construction Services, J.S. Alberici Construction Company Inc. and other construction firms.

HECK JOINS UMB BANK AS VP


THOMAS F. HECK JR.
vice president of correspondent banking division,
UMB Bank

UMB Bank has named Thomas F. Heck Jr. as a vice president in its Correspondent Banking Division. Prior to joining UMB, Heck was a vice president at Union Planters Bank, where he worked for 26 years.

DYER ELECTED PRESIDENT OF SAINT CHARLES COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

Greg Dyer of Prudential Alliance Realtors has been elected president of the Saint Charles County Association of Realtors, the state’s fourth-largest realtor association. Dyer has been with Prudential Alliance for eight years and has been a multimillion dollar producer each of those years.

HOK EXPANDS SCIENCE AND TECH GROUP


FRED GOEBEL
vice president of
science and technology,
Hellmuth, Obata + Kasabaum Inc.

Fred Goebel and Paul J. Donnelly have joined the St. Louis office of Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum Inc. Goebel is a vice president in the firm’s science and technology group. He previously served as a principal and planner for educational and institutional clients at several Midwestern firms. Donnelly has joined HOK as a senior project architect in the science and technology group and will collaborate on the Indianapolis Airport project in his new role. He also serves as a Voyles Professor of Architecture at Washington University.

COIN ACCEPTORS ANNOUNCES NEW PRESIDENT

Parker B. Condie Jr. has been selected as the new president of Coin Acceptors Inc., a manufacturer of automated payment system products. He has been with the company for five years and previously served as executive vice president. Condie succeeds Jack E. Thomas, who will continue as chairman and COO.

ST. LOUIS SPORTS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES EXECUTIVE CHANGES

The St. Louis Sports Commission’s board of directors has chosen Scott Schnuck as the organization’s new chairman. Schnuck is president and chief operating officer of Schnuck Markets Inc. and has served as vice chairman of the sports commission since 2003.


SCOTT SCHNUCK, KRISTIN FOLKL, CHRIS ROSEMAN & MARC SCHREIBER
chairman, director of development, vice president of event aquisition and management & vice president of marketing and development, St. Louis Sports Commission

Former professional athlete Kristin Folkl has been hired as director of development. She previously worked as development officer for the Institute for Science and Health. Folkl played professional basketball for more than six years, including a five-year stint in the WNBA for Minnesota and Portland, and was a four-time all-American in volleyball at Stanford University.

Chris Roseman has been promoted to vice president of event acquisition and management, and Marc Schreiber has been named vice president of marketing and development. Roseman joined the commission in 2000 as director of event operations. Schreiber has worked for the organization since 1998 and most recently served as director of marketing and communications.

ALDERSON TO MANAGE MIDWEST BANKCENTRE’S WINGHAVEN BRANCH


TINA M. ALDERSON
branch manager,
Midwest BankCentre

Tina M. Alderson has joined Midwest BankCentre as branch manager at its WingHaven location. Alderson has more than 17 years of banking experience and most recently worked as a market trainer at U.S. Bank.

LIND NAMED DIRECTOR AT LMS


JASON LIND
director of finance and pricing,
Logistics Management Solutions

Logistics Management Solutions has promoted Jason Lind to director of finance and pricing. Lind has been with the company since 1997 and formerly served as its director of operations research.

ARCHIBALD RECEIVES ST. LOUIS AWARD

Dr. Robert R. Archibald, president of the Missouri Historical Society, received the 2004 St. Louis Award in a ceremony at the Missouri History Museum on November 16, 2004. He earned the award “for his outstanding contributions to the St. Louis Region,” stated St. Louis Award committee president David W. Kemper in a news release.


David W. Kemper, president of the St. Louis Award committee, bestowed the St. Louis Award on Missouri Historical Society President Robert R. Archibald.

Established in 1931 by the late philanthropist David P. Wohl, the St. Louis Award is reserved for a resident of the metropolitan area who contributes the most outstanding service to the community’s development or whose service brings great honor to the area.

MCDONNELL INDUCTED INTO AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


JOHN MCDONNELL
board member,
Boeing Company

John McDonnell, a member of The Boeing Company’s board of directors and retired chairman of McDonnell Douglas Corp., has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at the academy’s headquarters in Cambridge, Mass. He is one of 178 new Fellows and 24 new Foreign Honorary Members elected this year to the academy.

“I am deeply honored to have been chosen to join such an illustrious and influential organization, and I look forward with great enthusiasm to
contributing what I can to the organization’s programs,” McDonnell said on joining the academy.

The academy sponsors interdisciplinary studies of international security, social policy, education and the humanities and has more than 4,500 members, including more than 150 Nobel laureates and 50 Pulitzer Prize winners. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Daniel Webster, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill are among the academy’s past members.
 

 

 


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