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SBJ names 2023 Trusted Advisers

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Every business owner or executive has a team of professionals who help make the organization a success. They are accountants, attorneys, bankers, financial professionals, human resources professionals, marketers, real estate agents, insurance agents and technology professionals.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Trusted Advisers event honors 20 businesspeople, including the Legacy Adviser, a pinnacle award for industry veterans with over 20 years of experience, and Up-and-Comers, for those with fewer than five years of experience. This year marks the program’s 10th year.

Chosen by an independent panel of judges, here are the honorees by category and in alphabetical order:

  • Legacy Adviser: Thomas Douglas, CEO of JMark.
  • Advisers: Jeanna Callahan, Century 21 Integrity Group; Christian Conner, Prime Capital Investment Advisors LLC; Stephen N. Critchfield, Commercial One Brokers LLC; Ryan DeBoef, Hahn DeBoef LLC; Jessie Hughey, The Bank of Missouri; Chris Jarratt, Revel Advertising; Brian Lumley, Raymond James Financial Services Advisors Inc.; Chase Marable, Higginbotham Insurance Agency Inc.; Marc Mayer, Guaranty Bank; Amy Molea-Koppitz, 417 Property Pros LLC; David K. Olive, Carnahan Evans PC; Galen Pellham, Murney Commercial; Karen Shannon, Ollis/Akers/Arney; Jason C. Smith, Spencer Fane LLP; Deena Williams, DFG Insurance; and Teri Wingo, Abacus CPAs LLC.
  • Up-and-Comers: Collin Gimlin, Prime Capital Investment Advisors LLC; Blake Pace, Decker & DeGood PC; and Andrea Sitzes, Arvest Bank.

More information on the Sept. 29 Trusted Advisers event is at


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