SIKESTON - Lee Bowman of Sikeston, a district representative with Modern Woodmen of America, was named "Rookie of the Month" in the Missouri East Agency for February. The honor is given to a full-time representative that has been with Modern Woodmen of America for less than three years and is leading the agency in production.
Bowman joined Modern Woodmen's Rainwater Agency, located in Farmington, in November 2003.
Modern Woodmen of America is a fraternal life insurance society headquartered in Rock Island, Ill.
SIKESTON - Darla Hubbard is back at the JC Penney Styling Salon as senior designer.
Hubbard specializes in highlighting, hair coloring and perming in addition to haircuts and styling.
Her schedule is from open to close on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and the first and third Sundays of each month.
For an appointment, please call 471-0987.
SIKESTON - Two Sikeston residents have joined Progressive Farm Credit Services recently. Ronald C. Milbach, president and CEO, announced Joshua Kineman has joined the organization as credit analyst/service representative for the Mississippi County office and Brad Cook is now a loan officer for the Sikeston office.
Kineman will assist the lending department in loan processing and maintenance. A graduate of Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration in finance, most recently he served as inventory specialist/sales associate at Best Buy Corp. in Cape Girardeau.
Cookson, who will assist the lending department in loan processing, formerly was with Gill Companies in Dexter as an estate appraiser/market analyst. He is a 1999 graduate of the College of Ozarks with a Bachelor's of Science degree in business administration. Brad and his wife, Tracy, are the parents of daughter, Hallie, and are expecting a baby in May.
Progressive Farm Credit Services has over $300 million in assets making it the largest agriculture lender in Southeast Missouri. They are a farmer-owned cooperative.