People in Business

July 8, 2013 

First National Bank of St. Louis named Millstadt resident Jim Heberer as senior residential loan officer. Heberer will work primarily out of the bank's branches in O'Fallon, Millstadt and Columbia.

Scheffel & Co. PC in Edwardsville hired staff accountant Jason Grunland. The Mount Vernon native will focus on tax and audit work with clients.

Holland Construction Services in Swansea recently announced a number of appointments: Rick Horner was promoted to senior project manager; Dan Sternau will serve as project manager for the construction of the new Memorial Hospital-East project in Shiloh; Drew Pigeon will serve as project manager for multiple projects, including the Metro East Industries building in Alorton and the Washington Elementary and Middle School project in Johnston City; and Dustin Quattrocchi will serve as project engineer supporting project managers on multiple projects.

Wealth management adviser Nicole Holland, of Northwestern Mutual in Fairview Heights, was named a member of the Million Dollar Roundtable for 2013. The international and independent association has about 19,000 life insurance professionals. She also is receiving the company's Master's Achievement award based on an outstanding year of helping clients achieve financial security.

Jason Stone and Regina Ireland, of Edward Jones in O'Fallon, recently received the firm's Client Service Excellence award for being the No. 1 client service provider in their region.

Former O'Fallon Sunrise Rotary Club President and Southern Illinois mining consultant Michael Nowobilski was appointed as Rotary International District 6510 Governor. He succeeds Thomas Ripperda, of Belleville, who now becomes Assistant Coordinator for Rotary Zone 31. Nowobilski has been a Rotarian since 2003 and honored with the Meritorious Service Award by The Rotary Foundation, Rotary's charitable arm.

Heneghan & Associates PC, a civil engineering and surveying company in Centralia, Columbia, Godfrey and Jerseyville, announced founder and former president Dean Heneghan has gone into semi-retirement. Heneghan started the company in 1986 and is a pioneer in creating and expanding rural water systems in Illinois during the past 33 years, including the Gateway Regional Water treatment plant. Heneghan plans to maintain his licenses as a professional engineer and professional land surveyor in the State of Illinois, and he will continue to work on special projects and assignments as a senior project manager for the firm.

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