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Business: Grand opening

Creve Coeur officials and chamber of commerce members recently participated in a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration for Enclave Bellerive, a new luxury home community located at Ladue and Mason roads.

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Owner Pat Rawie (left), General Manager Rick Lehman and their team at MasterTech Auto Service recently celebrated 20 years of serving the West County area. MasterTech opened on March 17, 1995, and still occupies its original location at 16109 Manchester Road in the Auto Plus Auto Mall in Ellisville.

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PEOPLE Mike Schmerold, principal of Parkway’s Mason Ridge Elementary School, has been named president of the Town & Country-Frontenac Chamber of Commerce. Schmerold recently completed a two-year term as a chamber advisory board member. • • • Logan University recently announced several changes to its Board of Trustees. Former Chair of the Board Steven Roberts, JD, LLM, was elected Trustee Emeritus, a non-voting, lifetime position. Debra Hoffman, DC, a 1980 Logan graduate, succeeds Roberts as board chairman, and Paul Henry, DC, was elected vice chair until 2016, and chair of the board for one year beginning in 2016. Christophe Dean, ...

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PEOPLE Western Governors University, the parent institution of WGU Missouri, has appointed Mercy Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Linda Knodel to its Health Professions Program Council. • • • Gary Olson, retiring CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital, and his wife, Gail, have been named honorary co-chairs for the Family Resource Center’s annual fundraising gala. Other co-chairs are Edward Jones Principal Ken Cella and his wife, Melissa; and Jenifer and Ivan Garcia of Garcia Properties. The event will take place Feb. 14 at St. Louis Union Station.   PLACES DosterUllom, LLC and John G. Boyle have announced the combining ...

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Business: Celebrating 10 years of service

The Fountains Senior Living of West County celebrates its 10-year anniversary in 2015. Located at 15826 Clayton Road in Ellisville, The Fountains now offers a new assisted living and memory care neighborhood in addition to independent living options.

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PEOPLE Mark S. Potratz has been named director of public safety and emergency management at St. Louis Community College. Potratz is responsible for the overall safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors at all STLCC campuses and centers. He holds master’s degrees in administration management and criminal justice administration, as well as a bachelor’s degree in human resource management, all from Lindenwood University. • • • Pulaski Bank has added Jimmie Howlett and Jerry Smith as vice presidents in the bank’s Community Lending division. Howlett and Smith will be responsible for developing and growing Pulaski’s small business banking ...

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Business: New in the neighborhood

Chesterfield Spine and Sports Medicine, located at 16216 Baxter Road, Suite 190 in Chesterfield, has welcomed chiropractor Dr. Chelsea Jacobs to its office. Jacobs specializes in pediatrics and women’s health, and will begin seeing patients on Monday, Jan. 19. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 778-1515.

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Business: Villages of Willowbrooke groundbreaking

Pictured at the Villages of Willowbrooke groundbreaking are (from left) Payne Family Homes Sales Manager Erin Whitehead, McKelvey Homes Assistant Judi Onesky, Heartland Bank Senior Vice President Jack Mannebach, Barry Simon (developer), JCCA President Lynn Wittels (CEO) , Heartland Bank President Dave Minton, JCCA staff member Matt Weaver (CFO), Payne Family Homes President Ken Kruse,  St. Louis County COO Garry Earls, Consort Homes President Ken Stricker, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, McKelvey Homes President Jim Brennan, Creve Coeur Fire District Chief Ken Black, McKelvey Homes Sales Manager Tim Knoche, Tim Martin, Chris Blomberg and Charlie Zeni of McKelvey  Homes. ...

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