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Assistance League of Mid-Missouri elects new officers for 2022-2023 year

The Assistance League of Mid-Missouri announced its new elected officers for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

The new officers are: President Deb Gerecke, President Elect Denise LaTorre, Recording Secretary Julia Marsh, Treasurer Linda Glascock, Vice President Finance Donna Buchert, Vice President Philanthropic Patty O’Neal, Vice President Marketing Communications Wanda McCampbell, Vice President Membership Nancy Galloway, Vice President Operations Karen Rogers, Vice President Resource Development Kate Harry, Vice President Strategic Planning Renetta Gallup, and Corresponding Secretary Kathy Donovan.

Additionally, new individuals are elected to the governing board of the Professional Leaders Auxiliary which is a sub-group of the Assistance League. Those individuals are: Chairperson Linda Coutts, Vice Charperson Cathy Hughes, Vice Chair Membership Lynne Hedrick, Vice Chair Philanthropic Barb Reed, Vice Chair Resource Development Beck Rahmoeller, Vice Chair Communication Susan Gowin, Recording Secretary Diane Mountjoy, and ALMM Chapter Liaison Debby Cook.

The Assistance League of Mid-Missouri serves as a nonprofit organization that assists children and adults through community programs in Columbia.

Columbia resident joins Travis Mills Foundation board

US Army SSG Travis Mills, founder of the Travis Mills Foundation, added Pamela Swan of Columbia to the board of directors.

Swan is vice president of military relations and business development for Veterans United Home Loans and the spouse of a retired US Army soldier.

The Travis Mills Foundation is a nonprofit organization for post-911 veterans who have had significant injuries during their service to the US

“Joining the board of the Travis Mills Foundation was a good fit because it’s my goal to always stay focused on the military, both current service members and veterans,” Swan said. “I don’t think you can ever help one side without recognizing the sacrifices made to get where they are or where they came from.”

MidwayUSA announces promotion

Brian Sims has been promoted to database manager at MidwayUSA, and Matt Quintero has been promoted to logistics manager-inbound.

Sims will work with the application development, network, server administration and web teams in the company.

Sims previously worked for IBM, Walsworth Publishing, and the Center Corporation before joining MidwayUSA in 2015 as a database administrator in the information systems department.

Quintero joined MidwayUSA in 2013 and has worked in several positions, most recently product specialist for clothing and footwear.

MidwayUSA is a privately owned shooting, hunting and outdoor equipment company based in Columbia.

Tigers Community Credit Union announces promotion

Lori Hudson has been promoted to a community engagement manager at Tigers Community Credit Union.

Hudson will be in charge of building community relations and business development strategies to support the communities served by the credit union.

Hudson has held several marketing positions in her 21 years with the credit union.

Tigers Community Credit Union is a Columbia division of West Community Credit Union

Mortgage loan officer trainer joins Central Bank Mortgage team

Mikala Simons has joined the mortgage team at Central Bank.

Simons will train new loan officers on the bank’s systems and secondary market and portfolio products.

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