Herald-Whig

People and Professions: Reported July 1, 2018

Posted: Jul. 1, 2018 12:10 am

Activities

Joshua Hartsock of Klingner and Associates P.C. Engineers Architects Surveyors has been enrolled with the state of Missouri as an engineer intern. He joined the Hannibal, Mo., staff in 2015, and is a member of the firm's water/wastewater department. Hartsock has a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Appointments

Adam Gillam has joined ETC ComputerLand as a solutions specialist. He has over five years of experience in corporate IT in the roles of help desk analyst, help desk coordinator and systems administrator. Gillam has a bachelor's degree in technical management from DeVry University and a master's degree in business administration from Keller Graduate School of Management.

Jacob Edmondson, a Blessing Health System associate information security and compliance analyst, Blessing Health System, received Security+ SY0-501 accreditation from CompTIA. The certification validates knowledge of information security fundamentals, basic risk identification and analysis, threat identification and assessment, information technology infrastructure security, cryptography, operational security, and general security processes. He has worked at Blessing for six years. Edmondson is a graduate of Vatterott College.

Honors

Alarm Systems Inc. recently recognized three long-term employees for their years of service with a reception at Tony's Too: Steve Havermale, company founder and now project coordinator, 44 years; Jerry Havermale, senior technician, 41 years; and Sue Sheets, senior operator, 30 years.

Katy Crouch, a registered nurse in pediatrics at Quincy Medical Group, received the QMG Experience the Difference Award. Recipients live by the QMG Mission, Vision, and Values and go above and beyond for their patients and co-workers. Crouch has been with QMG for five years and was nominated by Heather Lohmeyer. In her nomination, Heather said that Crouch's attention to detail and sense of teamwork is something to admire.

Trenton Murfin of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Quincy recently received the Ted Jones Prospecting Award, which recognizes financial advisors who achieve high levels of success early in their careers. Murfin was one of 1,215 of the firm's more than 16,000 financial advisors to receive the award.

Pete Keane of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Quincy received the firm's Jim McKenzie Award for his exceptional achievement in building client relationships.