People in Business: Intelica, Powers promote; Grant’s Farm, Central Trust, Hilliker hire | Local Business

Theresa Bayer was promoted to senior vice president of corporate strategy for Intelica Commercial Real Estate.

Grant’s Farm hired Craig Thomas as animal curator to oversee all animal care operations.

Powers Insurance & Risk Management promoted Kate Murphy to licensing coordinator and Shari Smith to account manager for sister company Valley Insurance Agency Alliance.

Central Trust Co. added Bryan Cooper as vice president and wealth management adviser.

St. Andrew’s Charitable Foundation named Janet Leigh as chief development officer.

Jeffrey R. Murphy, executive vice president of Drilling Service Co., was named president of Construction Forum. Shonnah Paredes, manager of diversity programs for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, will serve as vice president, and Doug Mueller, partner at WIPFLI, will remain as treasurer.

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Becca Stroh was promoted to field manager for 4M Building Solutions. Ernestine Cobbins was promoted to account manager.

Accounting Career Consultants and HR Career Consultants promoted Elisha Edge to staffing manager.

Ashley Bowersox joined Hilliker Corp. as a broker focusing on office, retail, industrial/warehouse, and investment properties.

The Missouri Department of Economic Development named Lori Becklenberg as deputy director for the Regional Engagement Division.

RoofTech and PaveTech Consulting Inc. appointed David Barnes as vice president of business development.

David Zobel joined Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale as officer in the business services practice group. The firm also added Molly Grewe as an associate in its trusts and estates practice group.

Mia Rose Holdings promoted Joyce Morgan to director of finance.

The following were among appointments made by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson:

Rodney Campbell Jr., an attorney with The Petraborg Law Firm, was appointed to the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission;

Nicholas Gerth, senior associate with Brown & James PC, was appointed to the State Lottery Commission;

• Real estate broker Janet Judd was appointed to the Missouri Real Estate Commission;

Antonio Maldonado, board chairman for the Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis, was appointed to the Missouri Commission on Human Rights.

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