People on the move 04/19/04

Monday, April 19, 2004

Cape man appointed to state accounting board

Gov. Bob Holden recently announced that Stephen DelVecchio of Cape Girardeau has been appointed to the Missouri State Board of Accountancy. The board certifies accountants statewide.

Rental manager recognized for service

Rental Service Corporation, a leading equipment rental provider, has announced that Kathy Kraemer, territory manager for Rental Service in Cape Girardeau, has been awarded the 2003 Atlas Copco Annual Customer Care Award. Kraemer is one of only three of Atlas Copco's 5,000 employees to be so honored.

Scott City business wins MU award

The University of Missouri's Business Development Program recently recognized Technology and Networking Inc. of Scott City with the 2004 Celebration of Excellence in Business Award. Technology and Networking Inc. is co-owned by Shawn Eftink, Michelle Vinyard, Danny Vinyard and Jason Eftink.

Insurance representative gets educational honor

Richard A. Phillips, a Modern Woodmen of America insurance representative in Cape Girardeau, has attained the Fraternal Insurance Counsellor designation. This is an educational honor given to representatives associated with fraternal insurance societies.

Le Grand becomes sales consultant

Gina Le Grand of Cape Girardeau recently became a consultant for Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company based in Minnesota. As a consultant, Le Grand will conduct in-home presentations and market the business' line of food and gifts at home taste-testing parties.

Jackson man receives honorary status

In recognition of his 36 years on its board of directors, Citizens Mutual Insurance Company has appointed Gene Wills of Jackson as a director emeritus of the company for the rest of his life. The honorary status comes weeks after Wills retired from the company's board of directors.

-- From staff reports

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