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Pellham-Phillips-Haggerman announced the addition of three professional architects to its staff:

Eric Street has joined the firm as an architecture intern. He graduated from Drury College in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in architecture and previously worked as an intern of Slone Architects. Street will be working in construction technology on a variety of projects.

Steve Teschler is a registered architect who earned his bachelor's degree in architecture from Drury College. He has worked in design and construction for SMSU for the past eight years. He specializes in construction technology.

John Torgerson has joined Pellham-Phillips-Haggerman as an architecture intern. He graduated from Drury College with a bachelor's degree in architecture and has 10 years of experience as an emergency medical technician for Cox Health Systems. He is working on Lincoln Hall for Ozark Technical Community College and the Adams Mark Hotel in Jacksonville, Fla.

Bryan D. Ragsdale, AIA, has joined the staff of ESC Inc. Engineers and Architects to lead the architectural division. He has 12 years of experience of commercial architectural design experience.

Tony Berry has been promoted to general manager of the Grand Ballroom at the historic Vandivort Center. He joined Shirato Properties Corp. in 1995. Berry's additional duties include coordinating responsibilities for Shirato Parking Systems and Shirato Catering Services.

Bradley L. Tate, PE, has joined the Larkin Group Inc.'s Springfield office as an associate engineer with an emphasis in transportation engineering. He is involved in the Cherry and Barnes street and stormwater improvement projects and a bicycle/pedestrian trailway system for the city of Ozark. Tate graduated from the University of Missouri-Rolla and has worked on planning and design of roadway and highway projects in Missouri and Kansas.

Tammy Gille-land has been named residential lending specialist for Commerce Bank in Nixa. She is responsible for business development and customer service related to the bank's mortgage products. Gilleland joined Commerce as a financial services representative for the Battlefield Banking Center. She received a bachelor's degree from Central Bible College.

Judi L. Phillips has been promoted to vice president of Commerce Bank. She is responsible for business development and customer service related to the bank's medical and private banking programs. Phillips is a 1983 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, and has 16 years of financial service experience.

Mary Malter has been appointed budget administrator for the city of Springfield. She has served as budget officer for Greene County since 1990. Malter is a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, with a degree in economics. She has experience in both the public and private sectors.

Vickie V. Umfleet has been named USDA Rural Development's community development manager for Greene, Polk and Dallas counties. She brings with her more than 20 years' mortgage lending experience.

David E. Dugger, MD, has joined the medical staff at St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin. His practice is in obstetrics and gynecology. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. He completed an internship in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of South Alabama in Mobile and served his residency at The Jewish Hospital of Washington University in St. Louis.

William H. Rapp has been named president and chief executive officer of Wickizer and Clutter Inc., a Springfield-based property and casualty adjustment company. Rapp has earned an associate in claims certificate from the Insurance Institute of America and is a registered professional adjuster.

Melanie Luce recently joined the staff of Interior Planning Consultants as an administrative assistant. She is in charge of word processing and all clerical duties.

Ann Welsh has been hired as an interior designer with Interior Planning Consultants. Her responsibilities include space planning, finish and furniture selection, design of custom casework and cost estimating. Welsh is a 1999 SMSU graduate with a bachelor of science degree in interior design.

Julie Wright has been promoted to office administrator at Interior Planning Consultants. Her responsibilities include preparing and distributing contracts, scheduling appointments and general office and equipment management.

Kristen Wright has been promoted to interior designer with Interior Planning Consultants. Her responsibilities include space planning, finish and furniture selection, design of custom casework and cost estimating. Wright is a 1999 SMSU graduate with a bachelor of science degree in interior design.

Carolyn Caplinger has been hired as office manager at Wannenmacher Advertising Company. She is a 1997 graduate of Springfield College with an associate of science degree in administrative assisting. Prior to joining Wannenmacher, Caplinger worked for Magers Enterprises as an administrative assistant.

Justin Wollard has been hired by Wannenmacher Advertising Company as art director for Big Sports magazine, a publication of Wannenmacher. Wollard has experience in several forms of media including radio, video production and graphic design.

Debbie James has been named chief account executive at Ozark Television Network, an affiliate of United Paramount Network (UPN). She will be responsible for maximizing the station's sales strategies and revenue opportunities. She has a bachelor's degree from Longview College in Kansas City. James has extensive background in media sales in Missouri.

Electronic Video Systems Inc., a broadcast, commercial production, audio/visual and CCTV equipment supplier, has announced two promotions:

Marta Haden has been named president of the company. She has been with Electronic Video Systems for 14 years as administrative vice president. She has a degree in accounting from SMSU.

Raun L. Hamilton has been appointed vice president and general manager of EVS. He has more than 25 years of experience in broadcast engineering, management and sales experience and has been with the company for more than a year.

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