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LIPSTEIN NAMED NATIONAL GRASSROOTS CHAMPION

Steven H. Lipstein, president and CEO of BJC HealthCare, has been named a 2007 Grassroots Champion by the American Hospital Association. Lipstein was honored for his leadership in educating lawmakers about the effects of state and federal policies on hospitals and the healthcare system.

KLEIN NAMED PRESIDENT OF RANDOLPH COLLEGE

John E. Klein, formerly the executive vice chancellor of Washington University, has been named the ninth president of Randolph College in Lynchburg, Va. He officially began his term in August. Klein joined Washington University in 2004 as executive vice chancellor for administration after serving as CEO of Bunge North America for 18 years.

ARMSTRONG TEASDALE PARTNER JOINS UMSLíS COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD

Armstrong Teasdale Partner Steven N. Cousins has been selected to serve on the Community Advisory Board for the Center of Ethics in Public Life at the University of MissourióSt. Louis. The centerís mission is to increase high standards of ethical conduct and the ethical challenges that individuals face in public life.

GOV. BLUNT APPOINTS CHARTOCK TO HEAD MISSOURI TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL

Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt has appointed Lewis C. Chartock, president and CEO of MERS Goodwill, to serve as chairman of the Missouri Training and Employment Council. Chartock has been serving as Acting MTEC Chair for more than two years, following the resignation of David Heath.†

KING APPOINTED TO GLOBAL EDUCATION TEAM

Hulas H. King, director of global community relations & GO PLM programs at UGS Corp., has been appointed to the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies. An East St. Louis native, King is also a decorated Vietnam veteran and a certified manufacturing engineer.

SEN. DANFORTH HONORED WITH AWARD FROM CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL UNION

Sen. John C. Danforth, a partner at Bryan Cave LLP, received a 2007 Blessed Are the Peacemakers Award from the Catholic Theological Union, a graduate school for theology and ministry. Danforth was recognized for his career as a U.S. senator, during which he served as a presidential representative to Sudan to help resolve the 19-year civil war. The awards are given to people and groups that demonstrate bold peacemaking efforts around the world.

SIMS JOINS RUBINBROWN AS PARTNER

RubinBrown has hired accountant Timothy L. Sims as a partner. He has 16 years of experience, working most recently for Charter Communications as vice president of tax. Prior to that, he worked for 12 years at Arthur Andersen LLP.

SAINT LOUIS ZOO ANNOUNCES EXECUTIVE PROMOTIONS

Jeffrey P. Bonner, president and CEO of the Saint Louis Zoo, has announced that six staff members have been promoted to the following positions:

Veterinarian R. Eric Miller, senior vice president and director of zoological operations

Jack Grisham, vice president of animal collections

Wyndel E. Hill, vice president of internal relations

Cynthia Holter, vice president of external relations

David McGuire, vice president of architecture and planning

Stephen E. Barth, vice president of business operations and chief financial officer

MCATEE JOINS Q10 TRIAD CAPITAL ADVISORS AS SENIOR VP

Q10 Triad Capital Advisors has appointed Steve McAtee to senior vice president. He brings 20 years of experience in the multifamily market to his new role, including a stint as president of TMG Capital.

NATIONAL CITY TAPS QUIROGA, GRABENHORST FOR PRIVATE CLIENT GROUP

Maurice E. Quiroga and Michael Grabenhorst have joined National Cityís Private Client Group. Quiroga has been named executive vice president and managing director for Missouri after serving as the groupís market executive. He joined National City in October 2004 as senior vice president and market executive for St. Louis.

Grabenhorst brings more than 14 years of investment management and trust experience to his new role as vice president and portfolio manager. He most recently worked as a portfolio manager at the U.S. Bank Private Client Group.

DIDION JOINS TRAMMELL CROW COMPANY

Jim Didion has joined Trammell Crow Companyís development and investment operations as principal for St. Louis and Kansas City, Mo. Didion originally joined the company in 1991, where he was instrumental in establishing the brokerage unit for the St. Louis office before moving to the development side of the business in 1995.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ST. LOUIS HIRES DAPRON AS VP

Bill Dapron is the new vice president of credit underwriting and bank card merchant processing at First National Bank of St. Louis. He has been in the merchant card business since 1978 when he joined Boatmenís National Bank as an operations officer in their bank card department.

NOVUS INTERNATIONAL PROMOTES GASPERONI

Novus International Inc. has promoted Giovanni Gasperoni from vice president to executive vice president of marketing and sales. Over the past several years, Gasperoni has led the evolution of the Novus product portfolio from animal dietary supplements to complete animal health programs.

SSM DEPAUL HEALTH CENTER GAINS NEW PRESIDENT

Steven P. Johnson has been named president of SSM DePaul Health Center in Bridgeton, Mo., and began his duties on July 2. He previously served as president of SSM Rehab and SSM Behavioral Health Services for SSM Health Care-St. Louis. He joined the organization in 1996 as network vice president of behavioral medicine.

DATOTEL EXPANDS EXECUTIVE TEAM

Andy Belval has joined the executive team of Datotel LLC as vice president of sales. Previously he worked for Sinclair & Rush Inc. as the domestic director of sales and marketing.†

JACOB ELECTED PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Lori Jacob has been named president of Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley Inc. Her most recent position was that of executive vice president. She is a 20-year veteran of Junior Achievement.

FOSTER JOINS BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Jovita Foster has been selected to serve on the board of directors for Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley Inc. Foster is an attorney at Armstrong Teasdale LLP.

SAUR CHOSEN AS PRESIDENT AT CONRAD PROPERTIES

Craig Saur is the new president of Clayton-based developer Conrad Properties Corp. He joined the firm in 1996 as a project manager/financial analyst and has been a principal since 2003.

KLIPPEL NAMED SIOR OF THE YEAR

The St. Louis chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS has recognized Allen P. Klippel Jr., first vice president at CB Richard Ellis, as SIOR of the Year. The SIOR of the Year award is given to an active member who has consistently committed time and energy to the organization and made the greatest contributions to the chapter during the previous year.

SCHNOEBELEN JOINS ST. LOUIS COUNTY ECONOMIC COUNCIL

Nancy G. Schnoebelen has joined the St. Louis County Economic Council as vice president of marketing and communications. She brings more than 20 years of marketing experience in writing, editing, public relations and communications to the council.

ST. LOUIS PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION ELECTS NEW BOARD

The St. Louis Public Library Foundationís board of trustees has elected new board members and officers. New board members are as follows:

Mark Darrell, legal counsel at Laclede Group
Marianna R. Deal, senior vice president at Fleishman-Hillard
John Dubinsky, president of Westmoreland Associates
Dudley R. Grove, community volunteer
Alison Nichols Ferring, artist and community volunteer
Linda Legg, senior vice president at AT&T Advertising and Publishing
Maureen Zegel, assistant director of marketing at University of Missouri-St. Louis.

New officers are as follows:
Chairman: Thomas F. Schlafly, attorney and president at Saint Louis Brewery
Vice chairman: John F. Garvey, circuit court judge
Secretary: Erica Leisenring, attorney
Treasurer: Frank Stokes, president, Innovate St. Louis

 

 

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