People on the move 06/28/04
Monday, June 28, 2004
Nurse practitioner passes certification examSoutheast Missouri Network Against Sexual Violence in Cape Girardeau has been notified that Kathy Blevins has passed sexual assault nurse examiner certification by the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Blevins currently works for the network as an advanced practice women's health-care nurse practitioner, collecting forensic evidence to be used in criminal and civil cases. The certification demonstrates a professional commitment to quality of care.
Union Planters worker receives USDA certificateUSDA Rural Development recently presented Cindy Webb of Union Planters Bank with a certificate of appreciation. Webb is a mortgage originator, and she was recognized for originating $500,000 in the Rural Development Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program, which helps moderate-income families finance home purchases.
Local banker elected head of state association
President and CEO Troy Wilson of Montgomery Bank in Sikeston was recently elected chairman of the Missouri Bankers Association. He was congratulated by former first lady Barbara Bush, who was the keynote speaker at the association's convention in Branson, Mo.
Cape residents honored by state CPA societyThe Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants recently honored Cape Girardeau accountants James Hillin and Melvin Schmidt for 35 years of service. Gary Johnson was honored for his leadership as the outgoing chairman of the organization.
Buffalo Wild Wings adds new managerBill Zellmer, Cape Girardeau franchise owner of Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar, has announced the appointment of Kerry Charlet of Cape Girardeau to its management team. Charlet's responsibilities include developing the new VIP room, coordinating special events, introducing new menu items and enhancing customer satisfaction.
Notre Dame student goes to state business week
Catherine Meyer from Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau has been chosen to participate in this year's Missouri Business Week. She is one of more than 100 students from throughout the state attending the five-day event this week on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia, Mo.
-- From staff reports