Bill Sanders, a financial advisor for the financial services firm Edward Jones in Quincy, has achieved the designation of chartered retirement planning counselor. He completed a program from the Denver-based College for Financial Planning, passed a final exam, and signed a code of ethics and disclosure form.
Laura Sievert, executive director of Arts Quincy, has been appointed to the Executive Board Committee of the Illinois Arts Council's Local Arts Network. The program is a partnership between the Illinois Arts Council and Arts Alliance Illinois to build capacity and excellence among local arts agencies so they can better serve their communities and to provide opportunities for validation and support for leaders across the state.
Michael Libmann, a financial professional with Prudential Insurance Co. of America's Greater Illinois Financial Group in Quincy, has qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Round Table. Membership is based on excellence in customer sales and serivce.
Sue A. Winking retired May 23 from Quincy University after 44 years. She was mailroom and copy center coordinator. Winking graduated from QU in 1989 with a degree in studio art.