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Movers and Shakers: April

Movers and Shakers: April

Scott Dalrymple

Columbia College has announced Dalrymple as the 17th president of the college. Dalrymple, formerly of the School of Liberal Arts at Excelsior College in Albany, N.Y., was introduced to students, faculty, staff and the community Jan. 22. He replaced Gerald Brouder, who announced his retirement in January 2013.


Dr. Joseph Muscato

Dr. Muscato has been named medical director of the Stewart Cancer Center at Boone Hospital. Muscato, who has practiced in mid-Missouri since 1982, is a hematologist-medical oncologist. Muscato is the founder of Missouri Cancer Associates, the region’s leading oncology clinic, the immediate past-president of the Missouri Oncology Society and chairman of Boone Hospital’s cancer committee.


Ryan Belmar

MBS Textbook Exchange Inc. has promoted Belmar to MBS Direct client services representative. MBS Direct is a division within the textbook exchange that provides distribution for extended-learning programs. Belmar, a St. Louis native, received a biochemistry degree with a minor in biology. He worked in multiple professional labs and classrooms before joining the MBS team.


Dave Moncey

Gateway Mechanical announced the addition of Moncey as the newest member of its plumbing team. Moncey will be responsible for plumbing estimates and project management. He is a member of the Plumbing Industry Council and has served in the field of plumbing contracting for 35 years.


Jim Gianopulos

Air Masters Corp. welcomed Gianopulos as the newest member of its HVAC service team. Gianopulos will be responsible for quoting, proposals and handling the care of the HVAC accounts. He has been a member of the United State Green Building Council for more than two years, and he has dedicated his career to mechanical contracting.


Fred Green

MBS Textbook Exchange Inc. promoted Green to MBS Direct vice president, client services. Green previously served as the direct general manager, higher education. Green started with MBS Direct in 2007 as the director of business, where he was an integral part of the expansion.



The Missouri REALTORS, the second largest trade associations in the state, elected Ryan Gattermeir as its 2015 treasurer. In the position of 2014 treasurer-elect, Gattermeir will join four other officers and the CEO, Russ Cogano, to form the association’s 2014 Leadership Team. Other members include Jim Gamble, 2014 president; Gary Nelson, 2014 president-elect; Miles Noennig, 2014 treasurer; and Sharon Keating, immediate past-president.


Columbia Board of REALTORS

The Columbia Board of REALTORS recently announced its 2014 officers. Becky Sterling from RE/MAX Boone Realty will serve as president, Dave Gerhart of Crane and Crane Real Estate will be president-elect, Dennis Lynch of RE/MAX Boone Realty will act as treasurer, Pam Socha from House of Brokers will serve as MLS chair and Jessica Kempf from Crane and Crane Real Estate is the immediate past-president.


Columbia Public Schools

The Professional and Community Education Department at the Columbia Area Career Center has announced two new hires to roles in the administration of adult education through Columbia Public Schools. Elizabeth Tate will serve as community education coordinator. Aaron Tate will be the workforce development coordinator.


Mike Randerson

Columbia College has announced that Col. Randerson was awarded the Citizen of the Year award from the mid-Missouri chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Randerson is the vice president for adult higher education. The award recognizes an individual who has made significant military-related contributions in the community.


Judy Schmuck

Schmuck, an alumna of William Woods University and a longtime donor and volunteer, has been named Volunteer of the Year by District VI of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. Schmuck was nominated “in recognition of her many, many years of faithful service to her alma mater,” according to a press release.


Drew Clark

Clark recently joined the Tiger Institute as a business strategist for its Living Lab team, which focuses on new health innovations. Clark is responsible for the process of exploring, vetting and selecting commercially viable projects and ideas and developing and executing business models for selected innovations.


University of Missouri Office for Advancement

The University of Missouri Office for Advancement has made four recent hires. Paul Ross joined as the new assistant vice chancellor for advancement. Deb Snellen was appointed director of organizational and professional development. Dale Wright received a promotion, making him the executive director for advancement for the Robert J. Trulaske Sr. College of Business. Carin Huffman Grinch became the new director of donor relations.


Larry Potterfield

Potterfield, founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Outdoor Channel. The award is given to individuals who have made a significant impact on the shooting sports industry. Potterfield earned the award because of his creation and execution of programs that have made a dramatic impact on the Second Amendment and youth sporting activities.

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