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Judges choose 2009 Most Influential Women
Monday, July 27, 2009 3:56 AM
Springfield Business Journal's 2009 20 Most Influential Women have been chosen, and they will be honored at a gala luncheon Sept. 25.
This is the 10th class of women recognized by Springfield Business Journal.
The honorees, in alphabetical order, are:
, UMB Financial Corp.;
Kris Thompson Callen
, Messiah Lutheran Church;
, TLC Properties LLC;
Sister Ann Crouse
, McAuley Counseling Services Inc.;
Carole Compton Eldridge
, St. John's College of Nursing & Health Sciences;
, Fulnecky Law LLC;
, Ozarks Food Harvest;
, Herschend Family Entertainment Corp.;
, Edward Jones Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Drury University;
, Karlovich & Associates Inc. and Sacred Rose Healthcare;
, American Heart Association;
, Integrity Home Care;
Dr. Kristy McCall
, Ferrell-Duncan Clinic;
, American Red Cross;
, BKD LLP;
, Nixa Public Schools;
, Spectrum Accounting LLC;
, Project HOPE Inc.;
, Habitat for Humanity of Springfield; and
, Oxford HealthCare.
The honorees were chosen by five judges: Bonnie Bell of Meyer Communications, Kathy Clancy of Legal Services of Southwest Missouri, Keran Lemons of Arvest Bank, JaDonna Rice of Ozark Bank and Will Worsham of Worsham Law Firm.
Tickets for the 2009 20 Most Influential Women luncheon are $35 apiece and are available at the link below. A silent auction to benefit Women In Need will be held during the luncheon.
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