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West Newsmagazine 2-14-18

Local news, local politics and community events for West St. Louis County Missouri.

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Celebrating WOMEN Lori A. Kelling President - West County Chamber 15965 Manchester Road • Ellisville (636) 230-9900 Shaunna Wildhaber - CAM Area Manager - Orchard Village Apartments 115 Pineycliffe Lane • Manchester (636) 391-9010 Amanda Bickel Public Relations Manager • Jay Wolfe Toyota 14700 Manchester Road • Ballwin (636) 207-3969 Cathleen Jones Marketing Manager - Two Men and a Truck 10966 Gravois Industrial Ct. • St. Louis (314) 963-7766 x114 Erin Kruse Agent Keller Williams Realty West (314) 791-4695 Janette Neely Owner - Nothing Bundt Cakes 159 Lamp and Lantern Village • Chesterfield (636) 220-6087 Cecilia Soibel CEO - P.S. Rapp Sewer & Plumbing 15264 Clayton Road • Ballwin (636) 391-4969 Tricia Whelan Vice President - Lindell Bank - Chesterfield 169 Long Road • Chesterfield (636) 449-4000 Kimberly Lanham Agency Owner - Nationwide Insurance 15005 Manchester Road • Ballwin (636) 779-5976 Lindsay Crumpley Owner - Painting with a Twist 14073 Manchester Road • Manchester (570) 220-3752 Patty Clisham Owner - Ductz of West St. Louis 12162 Lackland Road • St. Louis (314) 631-6700 Karen Watts Community Marketing Exec. Welcome Wagon (314) 922-6244 Linda Baker-Crimm Sales Specialist - Everything But The House 229 Millwell Drive • Maryland Heights (314) 709-6554 Debra Dehart Owner - CyberSpace Designs (314) 348-1082 Carmen Worley Community Outreach Director - Friendship Village 15201 Olive Blvd. • Chesterfield (636) 532-1515 Shelley Heidrich VP Area Manager - First Bank 1190 Meramec Station Road • Ballwin (636) 225-9990 Suzanne Allen VP/Branch Manager - First Bank 14001 Manchester Road • Manchester (636) 230-1200 Colleen Hunn Asst. VP/Branch Manager - First Bank 15965 Manchester Road • Ellisville (636) 227-3600 Brenda Henty Publisher/Owner - Town Planner 14440 South Outer Forty Drive • Town and Country (636) 489-1699 Pam Budke Exec. Director - CHAMP Assistance Dogs 4910 Parker Road • Florissant (314) 653-9466

FACEBOOK.COM/WESTNEWSMAGAZINE WESTNEWSMAGAZINE.COM February 14, 2018 WEST NEWSMAGAZINE I WOMEN IN BUSINESS I 33 business briefs PLACES Mercy and GoHealth Urgent Care recently announced a partnership to create a network of urgent care centers. More than 30 co-branded Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care centers will open over the next two years in the Midwest, with retail locations throughout the St. Louis area. Each Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care center will operate seven days a week with extended evening hours, welcome walk-in patients, offer online pre-registration and check-in, and feature Mercy’s unified electronic health record. • • • IMPACT Strategies is collaborating with Montgomery Development to renovate the Hilltown Village Center in Chesterfield. Prior to this project, IMPACT Strategies also finished an extensive remodel of the Hilltown Village Schnucks. The completion of the current project will result in new roofing, new windows and a full façade renovation of four buildings. • • • Renovate America, the nation’s largest Property Assessed Clean Energy [PACE] provider, in conjunction with the Missouri Clean Energy District, now is offering West County residents in the municipalities of Des Peres, Creve Coeur and Manchester home energy renovation opportunities through PACE financing. The financing mechanism allows property owners to make energy-efficiency and renewableenergy improvements to their homes and pay for them over time as an additional, voluntary line item on their property taxes. • • • Rise Martial Arts, a family-owned and -operated martial arts studio, recently opened in Des Peres Commons. Master instructor Ross Lee, along with Chris Dudding and Marianne Hicks, instruct students, age 4 to adults, in Taekwondo. PEOPLE Matthew Mabie, president of Chesterfield-based Knoebel Construction, has been named a Rising Retail Leader Under 40 by the International Council of Shopping Centers. After spending the majority of his career in project management, Mabie was promoted to vice president of operations at Knoebel Construction at age 30. Two years later, he was promoted to president. Under Mabie’s leadership, Knoebel has expanded more than five-fold in just five years. • • • West County resident John Hagedorn recently was elected president of the St. Louis Bridge Center’s board of directors. Hagedorn has led efforts to improve the Bridge Center’s use of technology, including fostering efforts to participate in virtual regional and national tournaments. NETWORKING AND EVENTS The West County Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs & Transportation Forum is from 7:30-9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 16 at the St. Louis County Police Department, Office of Emergency Management, 1150 Hanna Road in Ballwin. The event is free and open to the public; complimentary breakfast. Features updates from state and local offices and agencies. For more information, contact Heather Zerweck at (636) 230-9900 or hzerweck@ Register online at • • • The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce’s monthly General Membership Meeting is from 11:15 a.m-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at Saint Louis Family Church, 17458 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield. Author Mark Leach, who has extensive knowledge of the history of Chesterfield, will be the guest speaker. $25 for members, $30 for guests registering by Feb. 17; $30 for members, $35 for guests registering by Feb. 19; $35 for members, $40 for guests registering by Feb. 21. Walk-ins will not be guaranteed a meal. • • • The West County Chamber of Commerce’s monthly General Membership Meeting is from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22 at The Wildwood Hotel, 2801 Fountain Place in Wildwood. Guest Speaker Tony Ruesing will discuss “For the Sake of Change.” Members and nonmembers are welcome. Register at $25 for members, $30 for non-members. There will be a $5 surcharge for registration less than 48 hours prior to the meeting and walk-ins. For more information, contact Heather Zerweck at (636) 230-9900 or hzerweck@ • • • The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce hosts a Business Over Breakfast meeting from 7:30-9 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at The Original Pancake House, 17000 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield. The topic will be Sexual Harassment – Protecting You and Your Workplace. $15 for chamber members, $25 non-members. Exceptional Women in Real Estate EXPECT BETTER SM Kay Bova 314.369.2682 Kim Cameron 314.267.2691 Laura Davis 314.504.0521 Tracey Ellman 314.910.7635 Lawanda Gibson 314.324.8842 Donna Johnson 314.249.3577 Andrea Lukefahr 314.520.2700 Kiley Niven 314.249.4118 Penny O’Keefe 636.293.0046 Stephanie Thompson 314.479.4555 Our Core Business Values Passion • Authenticity • Inclusion • Growth • Excellence