People & Professions

People and Professions: Reported Oct. 8, 2017

Posted: Oct. 8, 2017 12:01 am Updated: Oct. 8, 2017 12:42 am


Steve Boggiano of Hannibal, Mo., has become a certified public accountant. He has worked for Wade Stables PC in Hannibal for 10 years, concentrating on tax and auditing. Boggiano has bachelor of science degrees in accounting and business administration from Hannibal-LaGrange University.


Quincy Mayor Kyle A. Moore was elected to a one-year term on the Illinois Municipal League board of directors during the organization's 104th annual conference Sept. 21-23 in Chicago. More than 2,000 local elected and appointed officials attended the conference.

Madonna House has a new Board of Directors. They are: Ron Tallcott of the Crossing, past president; Chaka Batley, a pediatric nurse practitioner with the Quincy Medical Group, president; Ashley Harrison of Mercantile Bank, secretary; and Susan Knoche of First Banker's Trust Services, treasurer. Other board members include Bobette Cawthon, a broker associate at Century 21 Broughton Team; Suzanne Ellerbrock, co-owner of Golden Bridges; Elaine Fesler of ETC Computerland; Tena Jones of Quincy Medical Group; Laura Keck, assistant state's attorney of Adams County; Angela Norris of Phibro Animal Health Corp.; Joe Vermiere of Blessing Hospital; and Mark Wiewel, an insurance agent.

Doug Smith of Baylis, president and CEO of Farmers National Bank of Griggsville, was re-elected as group director of the Community Bankers Association of Illinois at the association's annual convention in Springfield. As director, he serves on the group's board of directors, as well as its strategic planning and special events committees. Smith has an agriculture business degree from Western Illinois University. He previously worked at Citizens National Bank of Macomb and Farmers State Bank in Pittsfield.


The Quincy Area Project was recognized for being an Outstanding Host Agency in conjunction with National Employ the Older Worker week, Sept. 24-30. The project's Rhonda Murry and the project were recognized for providing outstanding training and work experience for participants in the Senior Community Service Employment Program administered by National Able. Murry's agency has created intergenerational opportunities for mature workers to work with area youths.