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By John O. Linstead Of the Post-Dispatch | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), February 7, 1994 | Go to article overview

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John O. Linstead Of the Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


OPENINGS

Language Unlimited Inc. is a new transcultural services company that offers translations, interpretations, language instruction and cultural information in 27 languages with local staff, plus many more with a national translators network. Address: P.O. Box 16881, St. Louis, Mo. 63105. Phone: 314-995-9993; fax: 314-995-9899. Language Unlimited is a wholly owned subsidiary of the English Language School, a not-for-profit organization in University City.

David B. Lacks and David V. Collignon have opened a new law firm, Lacks and Collignon P.C., at 7777 Bonhomme Avenue, 19th Floor, Clayton, Mo. 63105-1968. The firm specializes in family law, in which the partners have a combined 45 years of experience. Phone: 314-725-5151.

Mike and Kathy Wilson have opened Wilson Marble Inc. at 1134 East Wabash Street, O'Fallon, Mo. 63366-2779. Wilson Marble will manufacture cultured marble, onyx and granite products, such as vanity tops, bathtubs and showers. Phone: 314-272-9177.

Flags 'N Specialties, dealing in flagpoles, flags and advertising specialty imprints, is open at Route 1, Box 289B, Troy, Mo. 63379. Phone 314-528-3864 or 800-738-FLAG.

BRANCHING OUT

Zamudio * James & Matthews has opened a professional debt negotiation and arbitration service in affiliation with Bank, Bentley and Cross of Newport Beach, Calif., a firm with more than 10 years of experience in the field. Zamudio seeks to settle out of court companies' past-due bills, lawsuits, liens or judgments within 10 days. There is no fee without a satisfactory settlement, said principal Joe Zamudio. Address: 9012 Overland Plaza, Suite 203, St. Louis, Mo. 63114. Phone: 314-871-9990; fax: 314-926-4870.

Preferred Health Care Inc., providers of in-home health care services, has opened a west St. Louis County branch at 771 Old Ballas Road, Suite 212, St. Louis, Mo. 63141. Phone: 314-997-9366.

Creative Consulting Services Inc. has opened an office downtown at 314 North Broadway, Suite 840, St. Louis, Mo. 63101. Creative Consulting provides consulting, temporary employee, networking, permanent placement, instructional and technical and repair services. …

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