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Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:00 pm

RONALD NORWOOD and BRIDGET HOY have been appointed as chairman and vice chair, respectively, of Lewis Rice Fingersh’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Following a succession plan for Moneta Group’s Kukla/Schick team, PATRICK McGINNIS and HUNTER BROWN have been promoted from professional consultants to principals.

Stone Carlie welcomes DEBBIE WARDEN as a manager in the company’s tax and business services department. Warden has previously worked at Mallinckrodt, CliftonLarsonAllen, Deloitte and Ernst & Young.

ARJUN BHAT has joined Cannon Design as an architect. Bhat received his masters of architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Abeles and Hoffman, P.C. has promoted JUSTIN REPPY to principal and CHRISTOPHER LINNEMAN to manager. Reppy and Linneman are both members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants.

JAIMIE MANSFIELD has joined Carmody MacDonald, P.C. as an associate in the litigation practice group. ANGELA SCHISLER has been promoted to principal.

MATTHEW STACK, Koch Development’s executive VP and COO, has been appointed to Midwest BankCentre’s central region board. Stack also serves as a young professional member for Make-A-Wish Foundation.

The City of Clayton has announced DALE HOUDESHELL as its new director of public works. Houdeshell previously served as director of public works for the City of Manhattan, Kan.

Gladys Manion Real Estate welcomes JENNY SISSON, TOM ZUPON and REX SCHWERDT as the company’s newest full-time real estate agents.

CECELIA CARROLL has joined Polsinelli’s toxic tort and mass tort practice. WILLIAM HOFFMAN also has joined the firm, as an associate in the company’s health care practice.

Provident, Inc., is pleased to announce HEATHER RICH and STEVEN SULLIVAN as the company’s new associate executive director and executive director, respectively.

Heitmann and Associates, Inc. president and COO GLENN HEITMANN has joined St. Louis Bank’s board of directors. Heitmann has served as chairman of the bank’s West Region Advisory Board since 2005.

BRENDA FINKE has joined the Jewish Family & Children’s Service as director of finance and business. Finke will manage all of the organization’s financial and administrative functions.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has announced ROY WAGMAN as its new market executive. Wagman has more than 40 years of commercial banking experience.

JEFFREY USLIP has been appointed as the new chief curator for Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Uslip has organized exhibitions for PS1/MoMA, the Santa Monica Museum of Art and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Prudential Alliance Realtors is pleased to welcome MARGO BEGLEY to its newly created position of creative director. Begley joined the company seven years ago as a realtor.

MISTY WATSON has joined Danna McKitrick, P.C. as a principal. Waton’s practice will focus on estate planning, probate and trust administration and guardianships/conservatorships.

Professional artist JEANE VOGEL has been named executive director of The Webster Community Arts Foundation.

Armstrong Teasdale has named LORI BOCKMAN as the firm’s general counsel. THOMAS CUMMINGS has been named deputy general counsel.

DR. WOLF STAPELFELDT has been named chairman of the anesthesiology department at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.

Crossroads College Prep has announced JASON HEISSERER as its new head of school. Heisserer most recently worked as principal of Hixson Middle School in Webster Groves.

Bringing 25 years of banking experience, ERIC KAPPELMANN has joined St. Louis Bank as VP, commercial banking officer.

REGINA BENNETT has been named development director of The Mary Ryder Home, which provides a safe home for low-income, at-risk senior women.

Williams Venker & Sanders LLC has announced JULIA KALTENBACH and TERRENCE O’TOOLE JR. as the firm’s newest associates.

The next dean of Washington University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will be WILLIAM TATE, the department of education chair. DR. BRADLEY SCHLAGGAR has been named director of the division of pediatric and developmental neurology of the University’s school of medicine.

STEFFANI LAUTENSCHLAGER has been named director of development at City Academy. Most recently, Lautenschlager served as director of development at Washington University’s Olin Business School.

PAT PLUMLEY has joined Doorways Interfaith AIDS Housing and Services as CPO. Doorways provides residential care and assistance programs to those affected by HIV/AIDS.

Brand Asset Management Group has welcomed RYAN BOUCHARD as an investment analyst, JIM HERTZLER as an operations analyst, and JOSH SNYDER as a relationship manager.

DR. JOSEPH CRAFT III, a cardiologist with Mercy Clinic Heart and Vascular, has been elected president of the St. Louis Metropolitan Medical Society.

The PrivateBank has announced MATTHEW McHUGH as managing director of the St. Louis market. McHugh most recently worked as senior mortgage banker at Midwest BankCentre.

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