People on the move 10/29/07

Monday, October 29, 2007

Licensed agent joins ERA Cape Realty

ERA Cape Realty announced that Jo Priest, a licensed real estate agent, has joined its team. Priest, a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University, is a former middle school special education teacher and retail manager.

Associate provost named executive of year

Dr. Randall Shaw was named 2007 Executive of the Year by the Girardot Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals. The awards banquet took place Oct. 16. Shaw is associate provost of the School of Extended Learning, dean of the School of Polytechnic Studies and executive director of the Southeast Missouri Educational Consortium at Southeast Missouri State University.

David Crader

State bankers group names president-elect

David Crader, CEO of Bank of Missouri, was named president-elect of the Missouri Independent Bankers Association at its September annual convention at the Lake of the Ozarks. Crader, 60, has been with Bank of Missouri since 1996.

Allied Waste hires sales representative

Kevin Ammon has joined Allied Waste as a sales and retention representative, bringing 20 years of sales, marketing and business development experience to the firm. Ammon will cover the Cape Girardeau and Jackson market.

Christy Bock

Bank names branch operations officer

The Bank of Missouri named Christy Bock branch operations officer for the bank's newest location at 2492 E. Main St. in Jackson. Bock has 20 years of banking experience, beginning with the Bank of Missouri in 1978 before moving to Dallas. After returning to Missouri, Bock worked for Boatmen's Bank in Jackson before returning to the Bank of Missouri in 1997. The new East Main Street branch opened last week.

Beauty salon opens on Highway 177

Stylist Kathleen Ligons has opened a new beauty salon at the Lil' Country Store, 17752 Highway 177. The Lil' Country Hair Salon will be open Tuesday through Saturday, with Monday appointments available.

-- From staff reports

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