Spiegelglass Construction has appointed Tim Spiegelglass as the new president of the company. The great-grandson of founder Joe Spiegelglass, Tim has taken over from his father, Barry Spiegelglass, who has moved to an advisory role after serving for 51 years.
Meanwhile, Justin Chapman has been welcomed as the new vice president and commercial banker at Bank of Belleville. On the other hand, both the St. Louis Urban League and St. Louis University have honored Challenge Unlimited CEO Charlotte Hammond with the Martin Luther King Drum Major Award.
Simploy, a leading provider of outsourced human resources, payroll, and benefits services, has announced the promotion of Chassie Smith to chief operations officer and Tracy Keuss to chief financial officer. West Community Credit Union has promoted Cathy Goris to regional branch manager over St. Charles County and Ben Willard to director of seven branch operations and three Tigers Community Credit Union branches in Columbia, Missouri. United Way of Greater St. Louis has named Roman Wuller board chair, taking over from Keith Williamson. Wuller is chairman of Thompson Coburn.
EyeCare Partners has appointed Chris Throckmorton as their new chief executive officer, succeeding Interim CEO Ben Breier. Meanwhile, The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition has added Trisha Gordon as chief growth officer.
The Weldon Spring Board of Aldermen has unanimously approved Donald Stolberg as the new city administrator.
Simploy’s promotion of Chassie Smith to chief operations officer and Tracy Keuss to chief financial officer marks a significant milestone in the company’s continued growth and success.
At West Community Credit Union, Cathy Goris will lead a team responsible for providing exceptional service to customers in St. Charles County and beyond.
Meanwhile, at EyeCare Partners, Chris Throckmorton will bring his expertise in leadership and management to help guide the company forward.
The appointment of Trisha Gordon as chief growth officer at The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition signifies a commitment to continued growth and expansion in the organization’s mission.
Finally, at Weldon Spring City Hall, Donald Stolberg will play a key role in shaping policies that benefit residents throughout the community