St. Louis Bank welcomes STEPHEN CALLOW as senior VP of commercial lending. Callow has 28 years of commercial banking experience in the St. Louis area, including senior-level management.

The Missouri History Museum announces JENNIFER NIEMAN as its new accounting manager. Nieman is a member of the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Saint Louis Society of Women Certified Public Accountants.

TONY CHEN, RISHI DIWAN and ANGELA ODLUM have joined Armstrong Teasdale’s financial and real estate services practice group.

Medical esthetician MEGAN PASSIGLIA has joined Drs. Frank Simo and Scott Walen at Spaderma. Megan has seven years of advanced training in multiple laser procedures, pharmaceutical-grade skin care and chemical peels.

The American Red Cross Greater St. Louis Region has promoted MARY ANDERSON to regional disaster and program officer. She will oversee the entire cycle of emergency preparedness, response and recovery, as well as the development and support of disaster response volunteers.

DOYT LADD has joined UMB Bank as senior VP, portfolio manager in private wealth management. Ladd brings 27 years of experience to the position, including his work as senior VP at US Trust/Bank of America in Kansas City, Mo.

Enterprise Financial Services Corp. welcomes KEENE TURNER as executive VP and CFO. Turner has previously worked at National Penn Bancshares, Inc. and at Griffin Financial Group.

The Home Builders’ Association (HBA) has awarded the 2013 Seldon Hale Career Achievement Award to PATRICK SULLIVAN, executive VP of HBA of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri. The award is the highest recognition awarded to one leader among the 750 associations in the national federation.

YOLANDA ROUSSEAU has joined accounting and advisory firm Abeles and Hoffman, P.C., as an audit associate. She will provide comprehensive audit, review and compilation services across a range of industries.

BRIAN LYSS has joined CBRE’s St. Louis office as an associate in office properties. Lyss has worked in asset management in the commercial real estate industry since 2007.

Midwest BankCentre president JAMES WATSON has assumed the additional role of CEO, to advance leadership succession plans. RON BARNES will remain chairman, and continue to serve as president and vice chairman of Midwest BankCentre, Inc.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis is pleased to welcome JENNIFER STOFFEL as deputy director and BRUCE LONGWORTH as associate artistic director. Stoffel is the former director of external affairs at the St. Louis Art Museum. Longworth is the head of the performance program at Webster University.

MELISSA GRAGG has joined the valuation and litigation support services group at Stone Carlie. Gragg is a certified valuation analyst and certified fraud examiner with more than 10 years of experience.

Saint Louis University Hospital announces ROBERT 'BILL' HOEFER as its new COO. Hoefer served most recently as president of SSM St. Claire Health Center in Fenton. He also worked at the non-profit, 10-hospital system Sentara Healthcare in Norfolk, Va. for 16 years.

WHIT ROGERS has joined internationally recognized architectural, engineering and planning firm Cannon Design as an architect. Rogers received his bachelor of architecture from Washington University, in addition to studying at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine, and with Japanese master carpenter Tomatsu Edo.

DR. LARRY LEVENS recently graduated first in his class from Hannover Medical School in Germany. He is now the only orthodontist in the U.S. with two degrees in orthodontics, and the only orthodontist with a master’s degree in lingual (inside) orthodontics. Levens also received the Volker Rummel Award for his research. The Ladue resident has maintained a private practice, Levens Orthodontics, since 1988.

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