People on the move 8/20/07

Monday, August 20, 2007
Kurt N. May

Brokerage firm names area man to board

The Daniel and Henry Co. of St. Louis announced the addition of Kurt N. May of Cape Girardeau County to its board of directors. The company, one of the largest privately owned insurance brokerage firms in the country, opened a satellite office in Cape Girardeau last year.

Rob Johnson

Area man completes sales, marketing training

Rob Johnson of the Daniel and Henry Co. in Cape Girardeau completed the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Co.'s Elite Signature Partners Sales and Marketing training.

Jackson hair, tanning studio adds to staff

Shelly Schamburg joins Sun-Sations Hair & Tanning Studio in Jackson beginning Wednesday. Schamburg will be providing manicures, pedicures, acrylics and hair care.

Former banker starts consulting service

Jennifer Hendrickson has struck out on her own, leaving Capaha Bank as chief financial officer and marketing director to create Hendrickson Business Advisors, providing management and marketing consulting services. Hendrickson aims to provide affordable advice and project development to companies that don't have the resources or necessary expertise to do the job in-house, she said in a news release. The company will be co-owned by Rhett Hendrickson, her husband, who is also employed at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Ryan Hendrickson, Rhett Hendickson's brother, will provide help developing Web sites and databases.

Dr. William Collyer

Doctor joins Cape urology practice

Cape Urology Associates announced the addition of Dr. William Collyer to the practice at 3 Doctors Park. With the addition of Collyer, Cape Urology also announced the retirement of Dr. Paul D. Thompson.

Scott Haney

Wood & Huston Bank hires loan officer

Scott Haney has joined the staff of Wood & Huston Bank as a commercial loan officer, Cape Gir­ar­deau Community bank president Clint Karnes announced. Haney has four years of lending, management and financial sales experience and is a 2003 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University.

Southeast Missouri Hospital hires Bliss

Long-time Southeast Missourian reporter Mark Bliss will be joining the marketing department of Southeast Missouri Hospital as writer and editor. Bliss, who is departing the Southeast Missourian after 28 years, will be producing articles for the hospital's quarterly magazine and internal publications. Bliss will also handle media inquiries.

-- From staff reports

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