U.S. National, Allegiant Make News to Bank On

By Berger, Jerry | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), January 4, 1995 | Go to article overview

U.S. National, Allegiant Make News to Bank On


Berger, Jerry, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


FROM THE BERGERMEISTER: Truman Bancorp. has been approved by the Federal Reserve Board as the holding company and majority owner of Clayton's U.S. National Bank. . . . .

Look for Marvin Wool's Allegiant Bank to split 3 for 2, when the stock goes on the NASDAQ board in March. . . .

The rich get warmer? You bet. Children's and art book author Jan Greenberg recently won a Fendi fur valued at $30,000, at a benefit in Aspen. . . .

The blue-rinse set should be swarming all over Ken Miesner's Flowers at Plaza Frontenac come March 1. That's when Ken and partner John Sullivan will begin vending 18th and 19th century antiques, acquired on Kings Road in Blimeytown. . . .

Days before he was elected chief exec officer of Zeigler Coal Holding Co., Chand B. Vyas was slapped with a divorce petition by his wife, Debra, after a 20-year marriage. Her lawyer is Chuck Todt; his is Alan Zerman. . . .

Contico's Lester Miller and his veep of human resources, Sharon Duey, sealed their courtship with a 6-karat-plus engagement sparkler. . . .

Developer Gary Siegfried and Phyllis Lieberman are an item. . . .

Orthopod Don Serot is building a $2 million dream house on the Westwood C.C. grounds at which he and wife, Geri, the County Councilperson, can rest their weary bones. . . .

Cardwell's at the Plaza was where podiatrist Jeffrey Brooks and his wife, Sigrid, touted his first children's insole, polyurethene support, "designed for children taking their first walks." Brooks said, "I call them `Adam' and `Eve' supports." . . .

Former Belleville priest Joe Schwaegel may be caught warbling on Saturday nights at The Jug in Belleville. . . .

At Tony's, Ken Berresheim was gladhanded on his 41st birthday. The wunderkind of Gran Prix Electronics was honored by Ginny and Hank Slay, Karen and Tom Villa and Ken's cuz, Phil Torissi.

*****

MOREOVER: Meet Gigi Newhard Mortimer, daughter of our town's investment guru, Harry Newhard. …

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