People & Professions: Nov. 18

Posted: Nov. 18, 2012 12:20 am Updated: Dec. 16, 2012 1:15 am


Richard Rose has joined Titan International Inc. as vice president of sales and marketing. The appointment is effective Nov. 1. Rose brings 25 years of sales and marketing experience to Titan. His most recent employment was with Knapheide Manufacturing Co. in Quincy as vice president of marketing. Prior to moving to Quincy, Rose spent 13 years with Agco in Duluth, Ga. in various vice presidential and managerial roles within sales and marketing. Rose will work in Quincy at the corporate headquarters. Titan International Inc., a holding company, owns subsidiaries that supply wheels, tires, assemblies, and undercarriage components for off-highway equipment used in agricultural, earthmoving/construction and consumer applications.


Michael Wray of F&M Bank and Trust Company has attained the designation of certified financial services auditor. The exam covered financial services auditing, auditing financial services products, auditing financial services processes and the regulatory environment. The CFSA is one of the Institute of Internal Auditor's specialty certifications that measure an individual's knowledge of, and proficiency in, audit principals and practices within the banking, insurance, and securities financial services industries. Wray joined F&M Bank in June 2000 as is vice president of risk management. In addition to his 12 years of experience with F&M Bank, he has 11 years prior banking experience He is a graduate of Augustana College with a bachelor of arts in business administration. Wray resides in Quincy.


Three Blessing Hospital clinical pharmacists have earned certification in Antibiotic Stewardship from the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists. Dustin Duey, Eric Martin and Tim Kincaid completed a year-long training program and a successful final project submission to achieve certification. Antibiotic Stewardship is designed to improve patient care, reduce healthcare expenditures and potentially reduce rates of resistance and prolong the continued usefulness of antimicrobial agents available to treat infections through development of a strong knowledgebase in microbiology, pharmacology and disease state management. Duey is a graduate of the University of Kansas. Martin is a graduate of Midwestern University. Kincaid graduated from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.