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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.
JULIE PIATCHEK has joined Arcturis, an architectural design firm, as controller and senior accountant. Piatchek earned a B.S. in accounting from Missouri State University.
Enterprise Bank & Trust - Scott Goodman
DOUGLAS CHANG has been appointed GM of The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. Previously, he oversaw the hotel's Maui location.
Scott Hartwig of Enterprise Bank & Trust
RANDALL BATEMAN was recognized as the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor in Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine.
PAUL LAURITSEN has been named as the new general manager of Moonrise Hotel.
HISTORY: Founded as The Wellness Community of Greater St. Louis by Peggy Michelson, Marsha Wolff and Tina Borchert, the organization opened its doors in June 1993. In 2010, its name changed to Cancer Support Community (CSC).
ON THE BOARD: Mitchell Baris, Chair (Senior VP, Enterprise Bank & Trust)
Be Surrounded by the Sound St. Louis Zoo June 27, 2012 Photos by Bryan Schraier It was a banner night for the St. Louis Zoo as the Zoo celebrated their new Sea Lion Sound with a family friendly donor preview and dedication. At the focal point of the Zoo’s Living Promise Campaign the Sea Lion Sound was the result generosity on the part of many local corporations and individuals. Featuring a 35 foot long underwater viewing tunnel in the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Family Sea Lion Landing, an 811 seat ampitheater of the Lichtenstein Sea Lion Arena featuring the First Bank Sea Lion Show on the Ann Lux Family Stage. This 1.5 acre, $18 million habitat and arena features landscape inspired by the sea lion’s home, the rugged pacific northwest coast.
Last year, local U.S. Bank employees gathered downtown at Soldiers Memorial for a day of service, cleaning up trash, weeding out overgrown vegetation and planting new flowers throughout the grounds. It is just one way in which the bank contributes to the community from the top down, says St. Louis market president Joe Imbs. “Giving back is really part of our DNA at U.S. Bank, both here and across our entire footprint.”
Sales agents in the Clayton office of Laura McCarthy Real Estate, J. WARNER (1) and SAM HALL (2), have formed a business partnership.
Dave Hiliard of Enterprise Holding, Michael Weisbrod of U.S. Trust of Bank of America, and Faith Sander of The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
MILLIE CAIN (1) has joined First State Bank of St. Charles as senior private mortgage advisor to lead the initiative of First Bank’s Private Mortgage Banking Group.
Capes, Sokol, Goodman + Sarachan PC has added SARAH LUEM (1) as an associate. Renaissance Financial advisors LINDSEY KERBER and JARETT OLIVASTRO have earned their certified Financial Planner designation.
NORA COGGIN (1) has joined The Stolar Partnership LLP as an associate.
Enterprise Bank & Trust has established the Enterprise Bank Business Finance Group and named DANIEL FRIDRICH as executive VP and DENNIS HUNTER and JAMES HYNES as senior VPs.
Moonrise Hotel has appointed MARTIN PITTMAN as general manager.
MICHAEL PAUL has joined BJC Medical Group of Missouri as OB/GYN specializing in high-risk pregnancies.
Enterprise Trust Company, a division of Enterprise Financial Services Corp., has named STEPHEN MIDDENDORF VP and senior portfolio manager.
Opera: “The Golden Ticket”
Opera: “The Golden Ticket”
Lewis, Rice & Fingersh L.C. has added W. ELLIOT BENOIST JR. as an associate in the litigation department.
GERALD ZAFFT of Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP has received the Lasting Legacy Award from the Missouri Mental Health Foundation and the Department of Mental Health.
We all know the name Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), but what do we know about the man? He is from a long line—five generations, to be exact—of well-heeled citizens who made great contributions to our educational and commercial growth. Yale University and Aetna Insurance Company were both founded by his ancestors. By the age of 20, he was fluent in both French and German, skills his father thought would enable him to go into international banking. Annual trips to Europe were de rigueur. Bringing commerce to the United States from Europe became the focus of his family business.