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Business briefcase 6/24

Sunday, June 24, 2007

CAPE GIRARDEAU - Kessie Hinkle has joined American Red Cross as development specialist for the Southeast Missouri Chapter.

She will be working out of the Chapter's Cape Girardeau office meeting with people in the nine county service area of Perry, Cape Girardeau, Bollinger, Scott, Stoddard, Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin and Pemiscot.

"I am excited to be a part of an organization that works so closely with residents of Southeast Missouri," Hinkle said.

Hinkle's main focus will be on expanding the support base of the American Red Cross into counties other than Cape Girardeau. She said she looks forward to meeting with community leaders, volunteers, and supporters.

"The Southeast Missouri Chapter of the American Red Cross serves many in the area. We work with residents to prevent, prepare and respond to disasters. We also want to recognize the support people in these communities provide to the local chapter," Hinkle said.

A lifelong resident of Missouri, Hinkle graduated from high school in Fredericktown. Hinkle received her Bachelor's of Science in economics from University of Missouri - St. Louis. She now lives in Cape Girardeau with her husband, Chad.

SIKESTON?- Brandy Mason of Sikeston was named a career agent in Scott County by the Missouri Farm Bureau insurance team.

Mason has several years experience in the insurance and financial services industry. Recently, she completed two weeks of training with Farm Bureau emphasizing life, accident/health and property and casualty insurance.

Mason is in the Farm Bureau office located at 1901 E. Malone Ave. in Sikeston. The phone number is 471-0086.

CARUTHERSVILLE -- Isle of Capri Casinos Inc. has announced the appointment of Lyle Randolph as general manager at the company's Caruthersville property.

Randolph most recently held the position of director of casino operations for Casino Aztar at Caruthersville.

Employed with Aztar since 1995, Randolph has 12 years of casino experience and served for several years as the director of surveillance. Randolph's most recent responsibilities included overseeing table games, slot and information system departments.

A native of southeast Missouri, Randolph attended the University of Missouri-


ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Kasey E. Matthews, a Modern Woodmen representative, has completed a five-day education program at Modern Woodmen's home office here.

The program focused on helping families with Modern Woodmen life insurance plans and fraternal member benefits.

Modern Woodmen is celebrating its 125th year of serving members and their communities.