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Business briefcase 2/4

Sunday, February 4, 2007

SIKESTON - Kathy Anglin is the new assistant vice president of the Sikeston branch facility of FOCUS Bank.

Anglin joined FOCUS Bank in 2005 as a relationship development officer/

mortgage lender. With more than 25 years of banking experience in Sikeston, Anglin is also an active member of the Sikeston Lions Club, Missouri Delta Medical Center Foundation Board, American Heart Association Go Red for Women, and other civic clubs and organizations.

SIKESTON - Alan Beussink has joined Richard Whiffen's law firm as an associate attorney.

Beussink, who recently passed the Missouri Bar exam, is a 2006 graduate of the University of Missouri School of Law.

He is married to the former Dana Nenninger and the couple resides in Jackson. Mrs. Beussink is a special education teacher in the Perryville School District.

Beussink's office is at 102 S. Interstate Drive in Sikeston. He can be reached at telephone number 471-0600.

SIKESTON - Sarah Dugan is the new risk management specialist trainee for the Mississippi County and Sikeston offices of Progressive Farm Credit Services. Ron Milbach, president and CEO, announced the recent appointment.

A native of Mississippi County, Dugan grew up on a diversified grain farm. She is the daughter of Chris and Susy Dugan and Richard and Karen Conn, all of Wyatt.

After graduating from Charleston High School in 2002, Dugan attended Southeast Missouri State University, where she graduated with a bachelor of science degree in agribusiness in May 2006. As part of her college curriculum, she spent four summers working with Black Gold Potato Farm in Charleston.

Dugan is engaged to be married to Brooks Kelly and they are planning a May 2007 wedding.