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Newsmakers: Jan. 15-21, 2024

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Banking & Finance
Branson Bank promoted Jonathan Arnold to vice president-finance and risk officer. He’s responsible for overseeing enterprise risk management functions, credit and asset/liability management and personnel in the credit underwriting department. He also serves as assistant secretary to the board of directors. Arnold holds a bachelor’s in business administration from College of the Ozarks and an MBA from John Brown University in Arkansas.

Health Care
CoxHealth honored staff members with its 2023 Nursing Recognition Awards: Mona Van Bokhoven, in the women/newborn unit, and Judy Good, in the Cox Barton County Hospital’s emergency department, Clinical Nurse Excellence Award; Rob Kinney, in the Cox North emergency department, and Charity Abts, in the Cox Barton County Hospital’s emergency department, Nurse Inspiration Award; Wendy Huston, Cox Medical Center Branson’s maternity manager, and Brenda Robertson, an assistant nurse manager, Nurse Leadership Award; Molly Mancini, who is in graduate nurse residency, and Paul Shaffer, Cox Medical Center Branson’s adult psychology unit, Rising Star Award; and Sonny McNeilis, in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, and Kyla Blinzler, a charge nurse at Cox Monett, Nurse Preceptor Award.

Law
Lowther Johnson Attorneys at Law LLC named Austin Fax as managing member of the firm, succeeding Gregg Groves. Fax joined Lowther Johnson as an associate in 2015, and his practice areas include personal injury, real estate, labor, business and creditor’s rights.

Manufacturing
Vital Farms ranked No. 19 out of 100 in Real Leaders️ magazine’s 2024 Top Impact Companies. The global list recognizes businesses that apply capitalism for greater profit and greater good.

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