Chris Ackley has become a client partner with Axiom Partners Payroll Services Inc. He received his bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State University. Ackley managed national accounts from a chemical manufacturer before joining Axiom.
Jan Alberts has joined Axiom as a client service representative. Alberts has a bachelor's degree in business admin-istration and accounting and formerly coordinated accounting activities with another company.
Gail Church has become a client partner in Axiom's Springfield office. Church received a bachelor's degree in business admin-istration from College of the Ozarks. She served as an office manager and auditor before joining Axiom.
Michael Cotton is responsible for the conversion of new and existing clients to Axiom Partners' Mill-ennium Windows Payroll System. Cotton has a bachelor's degree in accounting from SMSU. He was a staff accountant with Penmac Personnel Services.
Greg Crane has joined MoDoCo. Inc. as project manager/estimator. He was previously project manager with Killian Con-struction.
Ron Maupin has been named vice president for administration at Southwest Baptist University. Maupin graduated from SBU in 1970 and has experience as finance manager for Access Industries and operations manager for Weyerhaeuser in Kansas City. He has served on the SBU board of trustees since 1992.
Webster University has announced the following additions to its teaching staff for the summer session.
Don Anderson has joined Webster University's health services management facility. He is the vice president for human resources at Cox Health Systems and has more than 27 years of experience in human resources management in the health care setting. He is certified as a senior professional in human resources.
Randall Gammill has become an adjunct professor in the master of business administration program at Webster University. He is also an adjunct professor of business at Drury College and College of the Ozarks. His teaching will focus on economics and managerial economics. He received his MBA from Drury College.
Bonnie Hare will serve as instructor in the human resources development program. She taught at Webster's Fort Leonard Wood campus. Hare is assistant director of the Management Development Institute at SMSU. She received her master's of science in psychology at Southern Illinois University.
Scott Murphree-Roberts, PE, joined the engineering staff at Scott Consulting Engineers PC. He has a bachelor's degree from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and more than seven years of consulting engineering experience.
Bradley L. Tate, PE, has joined the Larkin Group's Springfield office as an associate engineer with an emphasis in transportation engineering. He is involved in street and stormwater improvement projects at Cherry and Barnes, and a bicycle/pedestrian trail system for the city of Ozark. He graduated from the University of Missouri-Rolla.
Wendell W. Wade has been promoted to general manager at Best Refrigeration. He is responsible for all aspects of the company. Formerly operations manager, Wade has been with Best for two years. He has more than 20 years of management experience in manufacturing, materials and warehousing.[[In-content Ad]]
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