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Movers and Shakers of December 2012

Movers and Shakers of December 2012

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>>Tim Sanders and Chelsea Kestermier

Landmark Bank promoted Sanders and Kestermier to assistant banking center managers. They will play active roles in customer relations and support the duties of banking center managers.

>>Brooke Berkey

Berkey was hired as UMB Bank’s assistant vice president, business development officer. Her duties will include strengthening customer relationships, prospecting new commercial relationships and partnerships to increase UMB’s market share in mid-Missouri.

>>Gillian Tracey

Tracey joins the Business Times Company family as the new graphic designer. A recent graduate from William Woods University, Tracey will design ads for businesses promoting in the Columbia Business Times and Columbia Home magazines.

>>Shpend Ibraimi

Currently the project manager in the production development and management department with Landmark Bank, Ibraimi was promoted to bank officer. His primary responsibility is coordinating and implementing ATM strategy and managing the ATM network.

>>Jacob Klinghammer

Klinghammer was hired as the assistant editor for the Columbia Business Times. He is currently a junior at MU studying Strategic Communication and Business.

>>JoNetta Weaver

Weaver, the former principal and teacher at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School, will serve as the executive director of Columbia Meals on Wheels.

 

>>Karen Miller and Shelly DeVore

Miller and DeVore were two of 30 recipients of the ATHENA Leadership Award, the Young Professional Leadership Award and the PowerLink Women Business Owners award. ATHENA International is an organization devoted to support, develop and honor female leaders.

>>Jennifer Hackmann

Hackmann takes on her new role as Relationship Manager with the U.S. Bank Commercial Banking Team with 14 years in the field already under her belt.

>>Kim Barnes

The Calloway Bank Board of Directors named Barnes president of the bank. She will also continue to hold her positions as chief operating officer of the bank and executive vice president of the holding company, Callaway Security Banks, Inc.

>>Jacob Garrett

Landmark Bank announced the promotion of Garrett to banking center manager. In his new position, Garrett will supervise the growth of new accounts, personal lending and customer relations.

>>Noelle Case

Case was recently appointed The Commerce Trust Company’s trust administrator for central Missouri. She will handle her clients’ retirement, investing, irrevocable and charitable accounts.

>>Sarah Redohl

A recent graduate of MU with a degree in Convergence Journalism, Redohl now works as the managing editor of Columbia Home magazine.

 
 
 
 


More Moving and Shaking

>>Century 21 Advantage

Century 21 Advantage recently welcomed several new agent to the Columbia team:

• Mike Grathwohl
• Jeremy Mahurin
• Jacob Mankey
• Diane Maxwell
• Bryant Shaver
• Pratibha Vanmali
• Sarah Fox

>>Boone County National Bank Promotions

• Daniel McCune and Kylie Turner – senior tellers
• Julie Metcalf, Kaylee Western and Shanita Hunt – teller II
• Jon Boldt and Michele Wilburn – customer service representative II

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