People in business: Metro-east movers and shakers

June 24, 2013 

Dennis J. Orsey, of Dennis J. Orsey Law Offices in Granite City, received the 2013 Board of Governors Award from the Illinois State Bar Association. Orsey was recognized for his work as co-chair of the ISBA's Special Committee on the Impact of Law School Debt on the Delivery of Legal Services.

Belleville resident Mark Bagby was elected to the National Campus Safety Health and Environment Management Association Board of Directors. Bagby is the Director of Emergency Management at Washington University in St. Louis.

Deb Henrichs, of Swansea, earned the Group Benefits Disability Specialist designation through the National Underwriter Co. Deb is a benefits consultant with Lowery Benefit Services in Fairview Heights. The professional designation available for industry professionals seeking to master the subject of group disability coverage.

Edwardsville resident George B. Cathcart was elected to the Route 66 Association Hall of Fame for his contributions to the historic roadway in Illinois.

Financial adviser Jason Rehg, of Edward Jones in Collinsville, achieved the professional designation of Accredited Asset Management Specialist. This advanced training offers investment professionals the hands-on information needed to provide comprehensive financial services.

Bill Schiber, financial adviser from Edward Jones in Edwardsville, won the firm's award Founders Award for achievement in building client relationships.

The Red Bud Rotary Club was honored as Rotary International District 6510 Club of the Month for June. The metro-east club was chosen for its recent work in providing improved residential access for the physically disabled after learning an elderly woman who was wheelchair bound with a bone disease could not get out of her house to visit her husband in a nursing home.

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