People in Business

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), April 6, 1994 | Go to article overview

People in Business


The law firm of Thompson & Mitchell elected James J. Murphy and Peter S. Strassner as partners in the St. Louis office and Kurt S. Schroeder as a partner in the Belleville location.

Tim Pederson was named manager of Turner Construction Co.

Attorney Katherine S. Walsh joined the staff of Seigel & Wolff, P.C.

Erin M. Walters joined ARTEC Inc., an architectural firm in Belleville, as a project manager.

John D. Chezem was promoted to corporate controller for Spartech Corp.

Graphic Finishers of America Inc. appointed Mike Rokop operations manager.

Johnson & Higgins of Missouri Inc. promoted Deborah Berard, pLeslie Miles and J. Terrance Schlick to assistant vice presidents, and Linda S. Liston to vice president.

Dan Patterson was promoted to chief financial officer and treasurer of the Flesh Co., manufacturers and distributors of custom business forms.

Boatmen's Trust Co. elected Michael L. Rohling vice president of master trust-master custody administration and appointed G. William Caan Jr. securities lending officer in products planning-securities lending, Curtis Graham portfolio evaluation officer-performance measurement, and J. David Stone assistant vice president-information services. Boatmen's Trust also appointed Stanley Cornish assistant vice president-control and Jennifer Mattox pension-institutional trust officer in pension-institutional services.

Michael Mullane joined Kohner Properties Inc., leasing consultant of University Plaza Apartments in downtown St. Louis.

Tim Jones was promoted to St. Louis sales manager for TeleRep, a television station representative firm.

Kathlene Rasmussen was promoted to vice president-professional services by the Hospital Association of Metropolitan St. …

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