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Commerce Bank has made the following staff changes:

Kelly Jeffries has been named residential real estate specialist for Commerce Bank, Republic. In this position, she is responsible for business development and customer service related to the bank's mortgage products. Jeffries has seven years of banking experience.

Theresa Hodges, branch manager of Commerce's Marionville Banking Center, has been promoted to assistant vice president for the Lawrence County banking centers. Hodges is responsible for managing retail sales and customer service for her branch.

Ken Fenske, financial services manager for the Aurora Banking Center, has been promoted to assistant vice president for Commerce's Lawrence County banking centers. Fenske is responsible for managing retail sales and customer service at the Aurora branch.

Kimberly S. Hamm, CPA, CGFM, has been admitted to the partnership of Baird, Kurtz & Dobson, certified public accountants. Hamm has 12 years of public accounting experience, providing auditing, tax and consulting services for not-for-profit organizations.

Daniel R. Hayworth, CPA, has been admitted to the firm partnership of Baird, Kurtz & Dobson, CPAs, in Joplin. Hayworth has more than 13 years of public accounting experience.

Ron Gendrich has been named commercial loan representative for The Money Store Commercial Lending Division. Gendrich will oversee small-business lending for the company in the Springfield area.

Barbara M. Houser recently joined Kirkpatrick, Phillips & Miller, CPAs, PC as a staff accountant. Houser graduated from SMSU in May with a master's degree in business administration.

Kressy V. Brown has also joined the firm as a staff accountant. She graduated summa cum laude from SMSU in May with a bachelor's degree in accounting.

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