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Business Briefs: Feb. 24


Peoples Bank staff
The staff of the new Peoples National Bank location in Town & Country includes (from left) Justin Bobbitt, Grace Cummins, Jacob Stewart, and Brenda Bader Tucker. (Source: People National Bank)

Peoples National Bank has opened a full-service financial institution at 14323 South  Outer Forty Road, Suite 100 North in Town & Country. Its knowledgeable and helpful staff includes Community Bank President Jason Ramthun, Metro Regional Manager Brenda Bader Tucker, Retail Sales Manager Justin Bobbitt, Relationship Banker Jacob Stewart, and Relationship Banker Grace Cummins. Lobby hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-noon on Saturdays. Drive-through hours begin 30 minutes earlier Monday-Friday. COVID-19 precautions are being taken, learn more at peoplesnationalbank.com or by calling (314) 628-1801.

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Mueller Furniture
Mueller Furniture is now open in the former Dau Furniture location at 15424 Manchester Road in Ellisville. (Source: Mueller Furniture)

Mueller Furniture, a fourth generation, family-owned local business opened its newest location at 15424 Manchester Road in Ellisville on Thursday, Feb. 4. Located in the former Dau Furniture building, the showroom is Mueller Furniture’s third location in the Metro St. Louis area. Other showrooms are located in Lake Saint Louis and Belleville, Illinois. Store hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Saturday and 12:30-5 p.m. on Sundays. Mueller Furniture has specialized in providing quality, American-made furniture since John Mueller opened its doors over 90 years ago. For more information about Mueller Furniture, visit muellerfurniture.com or call (636) 234-3361.

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Bill Goehl, owner of Champion Collision Center, has opened a location at 15230 Manchester in Ballwin. Champion Collision Center is a full-service auto body repair facility specializing in auto body, paint, refinishing services, auto detailing, classic car repair, collision repair services, custom paint services and more. The shop is open daily Monday through Saturday. 

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Mercy recently broke ground on a 272,000-square-foot multispecialty center across from Mercy Hospital St. Louis that will offer specialties to include bariatrics, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, orthopedics and sports medicine, reconstructive surgery and urology. Additional services will support weight and wellness programming, imaging services and a surgery center. The facility, which will be built at the corner of Ballas and Conway roads, is a collaboration with Blue Cottage of Cannon Design, Alberici/KAI, a joint venture of Alberici Constructors, Inc. and KAI Enterprises. 


Doster, Ullom & Boyle, LLC has announced the promotion of Alex Moen and Daniel T. Manning to principal attorneys. Moen focuses his practice in the areas of corporate and business law, banking, estate planning, real estate and bankruptcy. He serves as a board member of iTNGateway, a nonprofit providing transportation services to seniors in St. Louis and St. Charles counties. Manning focuses his practice in all facets of real estate, corporate and business law and banking transactions. He advises businesses, financial institutions, and individuals on purchase and sale transactions, real estate development involving the use of incentives, lending, land use and zoning, and corporate governance issues.

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Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO) has been named Vice Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The Committee considers legislation affecting United States relations with foreign nations, and the international diplomatic community. It has jurisdiction over the Department of State, Agency for International Development (USAID), Peace Corps, United Nations, and enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act. Wagner will also serve on the Asia, the Pacific and Nonproliferation and Europe, Eurasia, Energy and Environment subcommittees in the 116th Congress.


Beyond Housing received a $15,000 donation from Home Builders Association on behalf of the Home Builders Charitable Foundation. The donation will be used to support roof and siding repairs at one of Beyond Housing’s properties. This will bring a currently uninhabitable home back online for use as affordable rental housing for a low-income family. Beyond Housing’s mission is to help entire communities become better places to live through educational programs and economic development.

Beyond Housing donation
HBA President Bill Wannstedt, of Consort Homes, (left) with Beyond Housing’s Senior Housing Director Cory Dickens, Chief Development Officer Becky Moss and Maintenance Superintendent Justin Waller. (Source: Home Builders Association)

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Operation Food Search, a nonprofit hunger relief organization, recently was the recipient of donations from two entities. They received $21,473 from the Boy Scouts of America through its annual “Scouting for Food” drive. Lion’s Choice, which served as a drop-off site for nonperishable food items at its 24 restaurants, collected 21,305 food items for the organization. Dierbergs Markets held its annual “Hunger Never Takes a Holiday” campaign, which ended Jan. 4, raising $118,230. The campaign encouraged Dierbergs’ customers to make monetary donations, as well as donate a $5 bag of food to feed a family of two or a $10 bag of food to feed a family of four. 


The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce hosts its general membership meeting at noon (doors open at 11:30 a.m.) on Wednesday, March 17, Persimmon Woods Golf, 6401 Weldon Springs Road in Weldon Springs. Admission is $35 for members; $40 for guests. A $5 discount applies for registrations through last date of discount from the website; a $5 surcharge applies to walk-ins; walk-ins will not be guaranteed a meal. Register online at chesterfieldmochamber.com or by calling (636) 532-3399.

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