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VOL. 110 | NO. 130 | Wednesday, July 3, 1996

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Boatmens Bank of Tennessee recently announced the election or promotion of several officers: Boatmens Bank of Tennessee recently announced the election or promotion of several officers: Robert was elected vice president and manager of the Raleigh branch. He joined Boatmens in 1995 and formerly was employed with First Interstate Bank in New Mexico and Arizona, Valley National Bank of Arizona, Security Pacific and Bank of America. Margaret Bowers was elected assistant vice president and manager of retail training and development. She formerly was coordinator of new student orientation and campus recruitment events at the University of Memphis. She has a bachelors degree in education and a masters degree in counseling from the U of M. Birgit Zeidler was elected assistant vice president and manager of human resources. She has more than 10 years of international business experience and previously was employed with Jefferson-Pilot Data Services and LEUCO International of Germany. Edith Southard has been promoted to assistant vice president and staffing specialist. Southard joined Boatmens in 1989 and has served as branch specialist, branch manager, customer service manager and project manager. C. Dennis Kemper, vice president and portfolio investment manager, has been elected manager of the trust division. He formerly served more than 10 years at Boatmens Trust in St. Louis. He has a bachelors degree from Concordia Senior College. Corey Glass has been promoted to assistant vice president and manager of leasing. Glass joined Boatmens in 1993 and has served as retail specialist, mortgage loan originator and home improvement loan officer. He received his bachelors degree in finance from the University of Memphis. Margaret Peden-Ingram, Chris Jackson and Robert Stanford were elected to bank officer status in the retail banking division. Brandon Meadows has been promoted to bank officer in the area of direct credit. Arnold E. Perl, an attorney and president of Young and Perl, P.C., and Lucy Shaw, international executive development and health reform consultant and president of Common Denominator Inc., have been appointed by Gov. Don Sundquist to the University of Tennessee board of trustees. Lynn Cavallaro, former assistant director of financial aid at Rhodes College, has been promoted to associate director. She has a bachelors degree from the University of Memphis and a masters degree from Arkansas State University. Jerry Hall, former field director for U.S. Sen. Harlan Mathews, is the newest member of County Trustee Bob Pattersons staff. Dr. David Patterson has been named director of the University of Memphis honors program. Patterson formerly was a professor of Russian and European literature at Oklahoma State University, where he previously had been director of its honors program. He has a undergraduate degree in philosophy and masters and doctoral degrees in comparative literature. Mark McGuire has been appointed to the hydrology and hydraulics department at Fisher & Arnold Inc. He received his bachelors degree in civil engineering from Georgia Tech and has worked in the Memphis area for the last 18 years. Cliff Reyle, director of human resources at Youth Villages, recently earned certification as a senior professional in human resources. Thelma K. Traut has been selected by the American Hospital Association to serve on its Committee on Governance. Traut is a member of the Citizens Board of St. Joseph Hospital and Health Centers. Josephine Burson was the 1996 recipient of the annual Active Living Award presented by the board of directors of Senior Services. Burson has worked for Senior Services for 15 years, primarily in communications. Thomas Farrar of Farrar & Co. CPAs has been appointed an AgriPlan/BizPlan provider in the Germantown area.
PROPERTY SALES 56 289 2,908
MORTGAGES 55 226 2,009
BUILDING PERMITS 108 1,002 6,703
BANKRUPTCIES 42 248 1,225