[SeMissourian.com] A Few Clouds ~ 56°F  
River stage: 19.01 ft. Falling
Sunday, May 3, 2015

People on the move 7/7/08

Monday, July 7, 2008

Chaffee resident named independent director

Lindi Rains of Chaffee was promoted to an independent director position at BeautiControl, a direct-sales company headquartered in Carrollton, Texas. BeautiControl offers skin care and bath and body products through its more than 130,000 independent consultants throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada.

Cape, Jackson residents attend financial meeting

Area Edward Jones financial advisers attended the firm's annual regional meeting in Osage Beach, Mo. These Cape Girardeau and Jackson residents were among 41 financial advisers to share ideas and information with their peers. Awards given to the local advisers during a banquet included the Ted Jones Memorial Award, given to Donna Domian; Managing Partner's Award, Cheryl Mothes; Jack Phelan Award, David Beasley and Bob Etherton; A.F. McKenzie Award, Joe Domian, Stan Irwin and Tom Novak; Winners Circle Award, Michael Domian; Partner's Award, Debbie Etherton and Conrad Klusmeier. Klusmeier also received the Regional Leader's Award,

Recent graduate takes post at Big River

Eddie Durham has accepted a programming position in the Information Technology department at Big River Telephone, headquartered in Cape Girardeau. He received a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Southeast Missouri State University in 2007. In addition to his education background, Durham has more than two years of experience in computer technologies and applications programming.

Realty Executives adds sales executive

Leslie Leimbach of Jackson has been named sales executive at Realty Executives of Cape Girardeau County. Leimbach has worked in the real estate industry for seven years.

Nurse examiner attends forensics conference

Kathy Blevins, sexual assault nurse examiner with Southeast Missouri Network Against Sexual Violence in Cape Girardeau, attended a forensics investigation conference in Kansas City, Mo. The Chaffee, Mo., resident was one of about 140 law enforcement members, medical professionals and social work participants from several to attend the meeting. The two-day conference featured sessions on evidence assessment, interpretation and outcomes of sexual assault cases; co-occurrence of domestic violence and child abuse; elder abuse; homicide case studies; and high-risk lifestyles.

— From staff reports

People on the Move items must be received by 5 p.m. Thursday to appear Monday. Submit items by e-mail to bblackwell@semissourian.com, by fax to 573-334-7288 or by mail to P.O. Box 699, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 63702.


Fact Check
See inaccurate information in this story?


Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration:

Related subjects