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November 2015

Support Your Chamber at the 2018 Annual Dinner & Silent Auction The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Annual Dinner and Silent Auction to be held February 1st, 2018, at the St. Clair County Event Center. Proceeds generated at the dinner and auction are used to help fund essential programs and services for Chamber members. Here are several ways you can lend a hand in ensuring a successful event. Attend the Dinner & Auction: Join us in welcoming the new Chamber Board President as well as recognizing this year’s winners of the Business Excellence Award, Citizen of the Year Award, Leadership Belleville Alumni Award and the Ambassador of the Year Award. The attendance for last year’s event was over 400 people, so it’s also a great venue to network with other Chamber members as well as enjoy a wonderful dinner and bid on some great auction items. Please look for your invitation to the Annual Dinner late December. Auction Donation: The Silent Auction boasts a wide variety of items. Past items include: artwork, hotel stays, golf packages, sporting event and theatre tickets, gift baskets, restaurant gift certificates, etc. If you are able to donate an item this year, please complete the donation form in this newsletter. Our success is solely attributed to generous donations like yours! We could not do this without you. Advertise in the Annual Report: The Annual Report highlights the accomplishments of each of our committees as well as our many events throughout the year. This publication will be distributed at the Annual Dinner, and will also be mailed to over 30,000 households. It is inserted into all new member packets throughout the year as well. As a member of the Chamber, you can take advantage of this opportunity to promote your product or service to other members as well as to the public. Please see the article on page 5 and the form at the end of this publication for more information on ad rates and sizes.. Thank you for your support of the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce!

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Kevin Richter, President Mathis, Marifian & Richter, LTD Dr. Jeff Dosier, President Elect Belleville Township High School District #201 Mike McManus, 1st Vice President Memorial Regional Health Services, Inc. Melissa Mason, 2nd Vice President Belleville News-Democrat Bob Mueller, Immediate Past President TheBANK of Edwardsville

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Brett Barger, Lindenwood University-Belleville Edmond Brown, ELB Enterprises Mayor Mark Eckert, City of Belleville Dr. Mark Eichenlaub, Southwestern Illinois College Pat Hill, Allsup, Inc. Rachel Jackson, Project Compassion, NFP Darlene Jones, Violence Prevention Center of Southwestern Illinois Jerril Jones, Center for Racial Harmony Jared Katt, Chelar Tool & Die, Inc. Matt Klosterman, Belleville Public School District #118 Mary C. Lamie, Bi-State Development Kevin Pesko, Bank of Belleville John Reichert, In-Focus Marketing Bill Rickher, Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc Peg Sebastian, HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Scott Schanuel, Holland Construction Services Kevin Vick, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. Emily Vosse, Beno J. Gundlach Co. Ben Wanless, Commerce Bank Joseph Weissert, Ameren Illinois Will Welsh Roger Wigginton, Don Rodgers, Ltd.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Chairman Mark Kern, St. Clair County Christine Spargur, Scott Air Force Base

CHAMBER STAFF Wendy J. Pfeil, Executive Director Beth Tucker, Office Manager


Memorial Regional Health Services, Inc.


HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital


Illinois American Water Company


Ameren AT&T Belleville News-Democrat Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.


Associated Bank Auffenberg Belleville Commerce Bank Eckert’s Country Store and Farms Four Fountains Nursing and Rehab Gonzalez Companies, LLC Grey Eagle Distributors Korte & Luitjohan Regions Bank Scott Credit Union Southwestern Illinois College TerraSourceGlobal TheBANK of Edwardsville The ROHO Group


Abbott EMS Allsup, Inc Apartment Community of Our Lady of the Snows Balke Brown Transwestern Bank of America Bank of Belleville Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative BOS Metro East Banking Center Brown & Crouppen Breakthru Beverage Group Casino Queen Century Brass Works Chelar Tool and Die CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP Cooling Concepts ELB Enterprises, Inc. Empire Comfort Systems FCB Bank First Bank FKG Oil Company Flooring Systems, Inc. Hilton Garden Inn & Regency Conference Center Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP Holland Construction Services International Paper Jack Schmitt Chevrolet Lewis Rice LLC Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. McDonald’s - Burris Management, Inc. Memorial & St. Elizabeth’s Cancer Treatment Center McKendree University National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows NAACP, East St. Louis Branch North Bay Produce Print Master Sam’s Club Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. Strano & Associates UMB Bank Volkert, Inc. Walmart Willowcreek Rehab & Nursing Center

Peggy Schifferdecker, Membership/Event Manager Alicia Slocomb, Main Street Manager Cathleen Lindauer, Director, Belleville Tourism Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce 216 East A Street, Belleville,IL 62220 Phone: (618) 233-2015 Fax: (618) 233-2077

AMBASSADORS Shirley Bertelsmann, Community Member Rebecca Boyer, Kaskaskia Engineering Group, LLC Justin Chapman, TheBANK of Edwardsville Lynne Clapp, Vertical Performance Terri Dambacher, CompuType IT Solutions Bob Dintelmann, Landscape Consultant Julie Fetters, Associated Bank RoseMarie Fitzgerald, Community Member Mary Jo Foerste, Community Member Cari Frick, Metro Lock and Security, Inc. Sharon Goff, Self-Employed Patty Gregory, Art on the Square Martha Holloway, The Apartment Community of the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows Dean Hardt, City of Belleville Dennis F. Korte, Sr., Community Member Joyce Laux, Community Member Tracy McCollum, Standard Rule Promotions Dorothy Meyer, St. Clair County Mark Mueller, Mueller Furniture Al Orelt, Albert Orelt Allstate Agency Lisa Phillipson, Hospice of Southern Illinois Joy Prigge, Dieterich Bank Leslie Schmidt, Abbott EMS Loretta Stammer, Community Member Brandy Steely, CTS Technology Solutions Anne Thomure, Memorial Regional Health Services Jack Weck, Community Member Sheri Welch, Independent Insurance Agent Susan Wobbe, St. Clair County Office on Aging John Wunderlich, Egyptian Workspace Partners Sharon Zika, Scott Credit Union

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January 2016

Upcoming Events

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THURSDAY | DEC. 14 | 11:45am Location: 4204 Main St. Brewing Co.*

Your input will help shape programs for 2018! Please RSVP by Dec. 12 *Lunch available for purchase

December 2017

Upcoming Chamber Events

12/5 12/7 12/08 12/11 12/12 12/14 12/14 12/19 12/20 12/21 12/25 - 1/1

Education Committee Meeting Business After Hours by Breakthru Beverage at Bellecourt Place Leadership Belleville Education Day PR/Marketing Committee Coffee Cup Connections at Scott Credit Union Lunch & Learn Think Tank, Topics for 2018 Healthcare & CSA Committee Meeting Chamber Annual Meeting Leadership Belleville Committee Meeting Belleville Main Street Ladies Night Out Office Closed for Holidays

If you’re interested in getting involved with a committee, please call the Chamber at 618.233.2015



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“Advancing Business. Supporting Community.”

Welcome The following members joined the Chamber in October...

October Renewals The following members renewed their investment with the Chamber in October... 1st Source Contractors

Eckert Enyart

All American Storage

12 South Second Street

Belleville Philharmonic Society

Belleville, IL 62220


Clayborne, Sabo & Wagner LLP Club Exhilaration

MER Signs

Don Rodgers, Ltd.

1700 North Belt East

Double Tree Hotel, Collinsville

Belleville, IL 62221

Ear, Nose & Throat Institute of So. IL

Edward Jones-Charles Richards

Upcoming Business After Hours December 7 Breakthru Beverage January 4 FCB Bank February 8 Belleville Township High School District #201 March 1 Memorial Hospital April 5 Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd

Erdmann Law Office

May 3 BND

Maragritas Mexican Restaurant For Membership Information, please contact Peggy at 618.233.2015

Menta Academy of Belleville Olive Oil Marketplace Stillpointe Wellness Center Toots Cake & Candy Supply Visiting Angels Warma Witter Kreisler & Assocs, Inc.

June 7 St. Paul’s Senior Community July 5 Raymond James Financial August 2 Apartment Community at the Shrine


Important Dates for 2018

(More to be announced soon!)

2018 Annual Dinner | February 1 68th Annual Enlisted Dinner | March 8 Lucky Leprechaun 5k & St. Patrick’s Day Parade | March 17 5th Annual Belleville Ale Fest | April 21 Leadership Belleville Reflection & Graduation Day | May 4 Craft Beer Walk | June 16 35th Annual Belleville Chili Cook-off | October 5 & 6 5K Chili Chase & Kids Pepper Dash | October 6 Art & Wine Walk | November 3

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January 2016

Chamber Happenings Purchase your ad for the 2017 Annual Report and Membership Directory Each year, the Chamber’s Annual Report features highlights of Chamber accomplishments and events. The annual report includes information from each of our committees and the many events we hold throughout the year. A Member Directory is included free of charge to our members. This member benefit lists every Chamber member, along with their address, phone number and website address. Please contact us if you have any changes to your business listing. In addition to your free listing in the Member Directory, you also have the opportunity to advertise in the publication. This is a great way to promote your services and products to other Chamber members as well as to the general public. This full color publication will be mailed to over 30,000 households in the Belleville area and will also be distributed at the 2018 Annual Dinner. Please contact the Chamber at or 618-233-2015 for more information or to place advertising.

Upcoming Coffee Cup Connections Tuesday, December 12th | 8:15am Hosted By: Scott Credit Union 4807 West Main Street | Belleville, IL Please RSVP by Monday, December 11th

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Business After Hours Sponsored by: Associated Bank held a great Business After Hours November 2nd. Members enjoyed visiting with other members and bank associates, and enjoyed a nice appetizer and beverage selection. Associated Bank, as we know it today, is the result of many mergers and acquisitions. The roots of their founding banks run deep in many communities, including Belleville and the surrounding cities. The founding of Associated Bank dates to 1970, when three strong banks in Northeast Wisconsin formed a powerful alliance. Another key event in Associated Banks history was the merger of First Financial and Associated Bank in 1997. Associated Bank has eight locations in the metro east area with seven in Illinois and one in Missouri.

Ted Burden, Lindenwood University - Belleville Rena Thole & Haley Thompson, SWIC Brandy Steely, CTS Technology Solutions, Inc. ,

Associated Bank is proud to have a legacy of service to their customers and communities that spans more than 150 years! Associated Bank communities benefit from their proactive role in meeting the financial and economic development needs of their markets along with focused corporate giving and colleague volunteerism efforts. Associated Bank believes that giving of their time and resources strengthens the quality of life in their communities. Thank you to Associated Bank for their hospitality at the November Business After Hours. ...............................................................................................................

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Phillip Hickman, Kenny Weston & Tracy Sessions, Associated Bank, welcome their guests to Business After Hours

Upcoming Business After Hours Thursday, Dec. 7 | 5-7PM Breakthru Beverage at Bellecourt Place 120 North Jackson Street Belleville Sponsor:

Lisa Phillipson, Hospice of Southern Illinois Mary Jo Foerste, Community Member

Debi Edwards, Kevin Edwards, Barb Cimarolli & Dave Cimarolli, Creason-Edwards & Cimarolli, PC Tom Teasdale, Toast of Belleville - Toastmasters

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& The Callison Family

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Ribbon Cuttings Egyptian Workspace Partners Wednesday, November 15th 129 W. Main Street | Belleville


SmartStyle (Inside Walmart) Thursday, November 16th 2601 Green Mount Commons Drive | Belleville


Celebrating a new business opening, anniversary or remodel? Celebrate with a Ribbon Cutting! Contact Peggy Schifferdecker, Membership/Event Manager, for more info. Email or call the Chamber Office at (618) 233-2015.


Thank you to everyone who helped make the Chili Cook-off a success! On November 15th, 2017 we presented a $2,500.00 check to the Community Interfaith Food Pantry in Belleville! The funds were raised through the People’s Choice Award at the Chili Cook-off. Your support allows us to continue our mission of, “Advancing Business. Supporting Community.” The Chamber Connection

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Spotlight on Education | Zion Lutheran School We Proclaim Jesus

The mission of Zion Lutheran Church is to proclaim Jesus today and forever. One of the ways the church accomplishes Christ’s mission of proclamation is through the ministry of Zion Lutheran School. This school year, our staff is proclaiming the words and life of Jesus to 300 students and their families with the everlasting hope and prayer that they would come to know Him as their personal Lord and Savior today and forever. Like many other schools in our community, we have professional, innovative educators and support personnel who are committed to providing our students with a strong academic foundation and abundant opportunities for growth in service, the arts, and athletics. Our classrooms are equipped with the latest technologies to train our preschool through 8th grade students for success in the world. But what sets Zion Lutheran School apart from many others is the presence of Jesus Christ. We hear it in the voices of our students as they worship and our teachers as they instruct, correct, and pray for our students and families. We see it in our students as they support and teach one another within their Faith Families and in our teachers and staff as they selflessly give of their time, talents, and energy. We feel the presence of Jesus as we think of our supporting congregation, Zion Lutheran Church, and the resources they provide us with so that we can continue to carry out the work He has called us to do.


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HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Belleville Health Center renovations are nearly Our Belleville Health Campus complete. We are proud to announce that our Imaging, Laboratory and the SIHF Healthcare walk-in clinic will be open November 6. We are proud to continue to offer high-quality, technologically advanced procedures close to Our Belleville Campus home for the community, including 3D Mammography. HSHS St. Elizabeth’s remains dedicated to keeping outpatient services Construction continues Care Clinic, Physical Therapy, and hospital colleagues in Belleville. In thison daythe andPrimary age, 80 percent of health care is delivered as an outpatient service. So, with that in mind, physician specialty offices, support staff offices and an onsite coffee these are the services we are focusing on for the Belleville Health Campus.



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Leadership Belleville Law Enforcement and Legal Day

The 2017-2018 Leadership Belleville Class continued their program on November 17th with Law Enforcement Day, sponsored by Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. The day started with a presentation on Correctional Mental Health by Misty Clemens, LCPC, Forensic Therapist, followed by a panel discussion & open question period with leading attorneys from the area. Next, Col. William Clay, City of Belleville Police Chief, spoke on the role of the Police Chief and the group took a tour of the new headquarters and jail. After lunch, the class traveled to the St. Clair County Jail for a tour, inmate panel and a K-9 demonstration. Sheriff Richard Watson also addressed the class on the role of a Sheriff. Thank you to day planners: Misty Clemens, KMA Certified Testing, Inc., Class of 2010 Justin Price, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP, Class of 2014 Tina Moore, Visiting Angels Senior Homecare, Class of 2016 Emily Vosse, Beno J. Gundlach Co., Class of 2016

Belleville Police K-9 Officer patiently awaits his turn to present.

Law Enforcement & Legal Day Sponsor:

Meals and snacks were provided by: Beno J. Gundlach Company Day Coordinators Mathis, Marifian & Richter


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Chamber Happenings Pfeil Elected to IACCE Board of Directors

On Thursday, November 2, 2017 Wendy J. Pfeil, Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, was elected to the IACCE (Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives) Board of Directors in Oak Brook, IL at their annual conference. The IACCE Board of Directors consists of 16 Chamber of Commerce Executive Directors/Presidents from across the state. The IACCE was established in 1915 and serves more than 100 chambers of commerce and their professional staff throughout the state. IACCE provides chamber professionals with information, professional development and communications to carry out the mission of their respective organizations.

Front Row: Desiree Bennyhoff, Edwardsville/ Glen Carbon Chamber, Bill Fleming, Pekin Area Chamber, Monica Bristow, RiverBend Growth Association Middle row: Ginny Glasner, Highland Park Chamber, Wendy Pfeil, Greater Belleville Chamber, Dale Perrin, LZ Chamber, Mirinda Rothrock, Decatur Area Chamber Back Row: Howard Meyer, Skokie Chamber, Jeff Griffin, Peoria Area Chamber, Jon Ridler, Arlington Heights Chamber, Matt Duffy, DeKalb Chamber, David Sabathne, Western DuPage Chamber Not pictured: Rudy Flores, Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber, Einar Forsman, Rockford Chamber, Laurie Kokenes,Forest Park Chamber, Mike Paone, Joliet Region Chamber, Rick Swan, East Peoria


Senior Fraud Protection Series |Part 2 Seniors, caregivers, family members & those who work in the elder care field came together on Wednesday, October 25th for Part 2 of the Senior Fraud Protection Series. Held at Programs & Services for Older Persons, the presentation was developed by the Greater Belleville Chamber’s Healthcare & CSA Committee. The mission of the committee is to bring awareness of resources and services for the health and well-being of the community. Moderated by Tamara Foote, AgeSmart Community Resources, the program included a panel discussion including the Belleville Police Department, Brendan Kelly, St. Clair County State’s Attorney, Megon Rector, Regions Bank and Ella York, Office of the Attorney General. Past victims of fraud were on hand to graciously share their stories, helping others to recognize and take proactive steps to protect themselves.

Moderator, Tamara Foote, Age Smart Commubity Resources

Panelists Megan Rector, Regions Bank, MSgt. Kielbach & MSgt. Chris Mattingly, Belleville Police Department, Brendan Kelly, St. Clair County States Attorney, Ella York, Office of the Attorney General & Amanda Kach, Senior Adult Protection Services

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NATIONALLY Memorial has the exceptional physicians and caring employees you know and trust right here in the Metro East. And they’re backed by BJC HealthCare’s renowned services and technology. Together, we’re making connections to bring outstanding care to our patients in the communities we serve. Page 12

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Chamber Member Update LINDENWOOD BELLEVILLE’S BRADLEY HONORED FOR ROLE AS CIVIL RIGHTS PIONEER IN 1960S MEMPHIS Lindenwood University-Bellevilles’s Donna Bradley has been named the outstanding alumna of the year by St. Mary’s Episcopal School in Memphis, Tenn., where she attended middle school and high school. “It was a total surprise, but I feel so honored,” said Bradley. “They recently asked me to come speak there, and that was such a wonderful experience. Now, this. It really warms my heart.” Bradley is an accomplished attorney and educator, currently serving as program director of the criminal justice program in Lindenwood Belleville’s Accelerated Degree Program. But, she is also an important part of the history of St. Mary’s Episcopal School. She was the first African-American student to attend the previously all-white school in a city torn by racial strife. “Donna’s story is truly one that exemplifies the qualities for which we look from our outstanding alumnae: service, courage, compassion, and leadership,” St. Mary’s stated in its announcement of Bradley’s honor. Bradley, whose mother, Lorene Osborne, was an active civil rights leader in the Memphis area, decided to enroll the then 12-year-old girl, at the all-white school in 1969, just a year after iconic civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered in the city. “I didn’t realize at the time that I was being sent to the school to integrate it,” said Bradley. “But I did realize when I got there that I didn’t fit in. I knew I had the only black face at the school, and it was certainly very uncomfortable for a while.” At the time, Bradley said all-white private schools popped up all over the country–but especially in the south–to give parents who didn’t believe in integration a place to send their children for an education where they wouldn’t have to share their classrooms with blacks. St. Mary’s was in a well-to-do area of Memphis where Bradley differed from her classmates not only because of the color of her skin, but also because of a difference in socio-economic class. “We were a middle class family and we did alright,” Bradley said. “My mother worked as a teacher and my dad worked at the post office. Suddenly I was going to school at a place where the only black people the other kids knew were their butlers and maids. I remember that I found it odd to hear white children address their household help–adults–by their first name.” While it may seem risky to send your child to fight a civil rights battle, Bradley said equality was a principle her mother believed needed to be fought for on all fronts. “It was tough,” Bradley allowed. “But mama was so active in civil rights. She used to take me to the picket lines with her and put her sign on my baby carriage while she pushed it around. She was so tough. If a door said ‘whites only,’ that was the door she was going to use. Daddy always had a bail fund for her, because she was willing to get arrested if that’s what it took.” By the time Bradley, then known by her maiden name of Donna Osborne, realized the gravity of her role in integrating the school, she was a sophomore. By then, a few more black faces joined her in the crowd. Today, about 30 percent of the student body at St. Mary’s is made up of minority students. Bradley’s peers, the graduating class of 1974, nominated her for the alumna of the year honor. “When I spoke there, it was so rewarding to see black faces looking back at me from the audience,” Bradley said. “I’m really glad that I was a St. Mary’s girl.” .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

JARED DAVIS JOINS OATES ASSOCIATES AS A JUNIOR ENGINEER Oates Associates is happy to welcome Jared Davis to the firm’s Facilities Group. As a junior engineer, Jared will assist with building site design, athletic facilities and drainage improvements. He is a diligent worker with four years of experience working for local agencies. Oates Associates is a multi-disciplined design firm with offices in Collinsville and Belleville, Illinois and St. Louis and St. Charles, Missouri. Oates provides a wide range of engineering services to communities, corporations, institutions and public agencies throughout the Midwest. Services include engineering design, transportation planning, traffic engineering, highway and street design, storm water management, site design, and structural engineering.

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Chamber Member Update

HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION’S FRED DINTELMAN RETIRES Known as Mentor, Relationship Builder Trenton, Ill. resident Fred Dintelman is embarking on a new chapter in his life following his retirement Nov. 3 from Holland Construction Services (Holland) in Swansea. Dintelman worked since 2005 as a senior project manager for Holland. A former teacher, baseball coach, basketball coach, and college baseball champion, Dintelman’s career path that led him to the construction industry was less conventional than most. Working summers as a residential carpenter for his uncle during Dintelman’s college years provided the young Western Illinois University student with his initial construction experience. Education, however, was Dintelman’s academic pursuit. While earning a bachelor’s degree in education at Western, he also excelled in baseball, achieving two career batting records and American Legion Baseball Player of the Year in 1968. Dintelman also earned a master’s degree in athletic administration, initially seeking work as an athletic director or work for a professional sports team. Although his passion for education was clear, state and district budget cutbacks influenced Dintelman’s decision to ask his uncle for another opportunity as a union carpenter. But by the mid-1980s, the economic recession caused a slowdown in construction; Dintelman heeded his uncle’s advice and sought other work. This time, however, he remained in the construction industry. In 2005, Holland recruited Dintelman. But his path had crossed with several Holland employees years earlier, including that of Mike Marchal, current president at Holland. Marchal remembers meeting Dintelman for the first time through their high school‐aged children who were both involved in theater. “In the late 1990s, my wife was the theater director at what was then Wesclin Senior High School in O’Fallon (Ill.),” said Marchal. “Fred hosted the cast party at his home. I was a brand‐ new project manager at Holland but already knew of Fred because he had a great reputation in construction and in the community. I was feeling intimidated about meeting him that night, but when I walked in the door, I immediately realized I was in the presence of a very likable gentleman. Words I associate with Fred are integrity, a can-do attitude, humility and a true family man.” Dintelman said he is looking forward to spending a lot more time with his wife and their six grandchildren, and also having the time to enjoy traveling and golf. Marchal said it will be difficult to adjust to an empty office two doors to the right – the very one Dintelman occupied for 12 years. “The legacy of what Fred leaves behind includes servant leadership and a whole lot of mentoring those around him. Fred’s unwavering work ethic could regularly be seen when putting his head down and working hard, whether it was during the week or weekends, to meet a project deadline. He never hesitated to take time to mentor our people. Even during the final weeks of his career, it was really neat to watch Fred taking younger colleagues under his wing to ensure that their transition in serving clients and projects transpired as smoothly as possible. Fred truly is a friend to all of us. He’s irreplaceable.” ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................

TWM WELCOMES LEAR & WALTHER TO GEOSPACIAL TEAM Engineering and surveying firm Thouvenot, Wade & Moerchen, Inc. has hired two new members for its Geospatial department. Steven Lair was hired as a Survey Crew Chief and Rachel Walther will work as a GIS/ Geospatial Technician. Lair of Chesterfield, Ill., has worked in the surveying field for more than 18 years, most recently for Hutson and Associates in Alton, Ill. Lair will work as part of the Swansea Geospatial team performing ALTA, boundary and topographic surveys, construction layout, and more for a variety of clients. Walther of St. Louis graduated from Illinois College with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. She recently earned a master’s degree in Environmental Sciences from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Walther will work as part of the Geospatial team in Swansea performing a variety of functions, including utility locating, land surveying and GIS. TWM is a 100% employee-owned firm providing civil, structural and railway engineering, land surveying and a full array of geospatial services. Celebrating 71 years in business, TWM serves clients locally and throughout the U.S. With a total of five locations in the greater St. Louis region, the firm was ranked the 7th Largest Engineering Firm in the metropolitan area by the St. Louis Business Journal in 2017.

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Chamber Member Update

LINDENWOOD BELLEVILLE’S INAUGURAL LYNX IN THE COMMUNITY EVENT BEAUTIFIES BELLEVILLE Nearly 90 Lindenwood University-Belleville students and staff members gave up three hours of their weekend on Sunday, Nov. 5, to take part in the first Lynx in the Community event. “We went to four homes of senior citizens and cleaned up their property for them,” said Lindenwood Belleville Interim Dean of Students Thomas Trice. “We pulled weeds, trimmed bushes, raked leaves, and did pretty much anything else that needed to be done to get the homes of the seniors we assisted looking like they should. The difference that was made is amazing.” Students also donated their time Sunday doing work at Peterson’s Pond, a former water detention basin that local educators and City of Belleville leaders are trying to turn into an outdoor classroom and native garden. There, Lindenwood students pulled up invasive species of plants and cleared away brush and other debris in effort to return the site, located near Signal Hill School, to its natural state. Lynx in the Community is a service initiative created by Lindenwood Belleville to have a positive impact on metro east neighborhoods. Lending a hand to seniors who needed a little assistance keeping up their property was a good place to start, according to Trice. The goal of the Student Development and Resource Center, which oversees the Lynx in the Community initiative, is to conduct two campus-wide service events each year. “It was great to see these students give something back to the community,” Trice said. “It was even better to see them doing so with smiles on their faces. This brings us together as a campus community relative to giving back to the community in which we are part.” Trice thanked Belleville Alderwoman Jane Pusa for helping to identify seniors who could use a hand with straightening out their lawns. To learn more about Lindenwood Belleville, visit .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Combining a solid existing client relationship with pre-project coordination is saving months of time for the owner of a $53 million mixed-use construction venture that is the biggest project in the Village of Twin Oaks’ history. Swansea, Il.-based Holland Construction Services (Holland) Project Executive Doug Weber says the work Holland is performing to transform the 11-acre site of a former grocery store into a retail and apartment development has been thoroughly orchestrated from the very start, thanks to the long-time relationship Holland shares with Haley Holdings Seven LLC, the project’s owner and developer. The location is at the southeast quadrant of Big Bend Boulevard and Highway 141, on the site of a former grocery store. The project entails transforming a former Schnucks grocery store into 219 luxury apartments and adding 17,000 square feet of new retail space to 25,600 square feet of existing retail. Long before ground was broken on the project, Holland’s team carved out certain work packages to release them for bid ahead of time, saving the owner and the construction manager valuable time – and saving costs as well. The early work packages included earthwork/site utilities, mechanical/electrical/fire plumbing/fire protection, footings/foundations, structural framing, and building envelope. “Having a longstanding relationship with Haley Holdings Seven and understanding the market enabled us to focus design efforts to establish early work packages to begin construction,” Weber said. “Firming up these critical details sooner than would have been done in a traditional construction project scenario gave us nearly a four-month head start. Most importantly, this allows key pieces of the project to be designed, priced, and contracts written which ultimately reduces risk on ownership and accelerates the project schedule. Holland took many of the lessons learned from an earlier construction project – the Alinea luxury apartments at Interstate 270 and Manchester Road in Town & Country, Mo. – and applied them to the Twin Oaks project. Alinea was also a Holland partnership with developer Haley Holdings Seven. Twin Oaks broke ground in July, but much of the coordination was completed months earlier, according to Weber and to Tim Breece, spokesman for Haley Holdings Seven. “Holland Construction Services has been a great construction partner through the years,” said Breece. “Holland brings great expertise and knowledge about construction of multi‐family projects to the table. Their preconstruction efforts, including project estimating and ultimately all the elements that lead up to the construction phase, have been synchronized extremely well. We find that they’re extremely professional in their approach. We’re pleased to have Holland Construction Services on our team.” The $53 million construction project on what was known as Big Bend Square includes 4 floors of apartment units of up to three bedrooms located above one floor of ground floor retail, according to Holland. It is expected to be completed in 2018. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

IMPACT STRATEGIES HELPS WEIR PARTS DISTRIBUTION GAIN SUBSTANTIAL EFFICIENCIES WITH NEW FACILITY COMPLETION IMPACT Strategies recently teamed up with J.R. Rentals, LLC to complete their 114,000-square-foot warehouse and office building for Weir Parts Distribution in Red Bud, Illinois. The new top-of-the-line facility for the all GM, all Ford, and Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram parts dealer was designed by Quadrant Design, Inc, of Waterloo. “Until now, our business operations had been spread out over 10 different storage buildings. The new facility enables us to consolidate our operations, which undoubtedly will benefit our employees and customers,” said Norman L. Roy, owner of Weir Parts Distribution. “I couldn’t have been more pleased with how IMPACT Strategies handled the challenges along the way. Even the weather didn’t stand in their way to get this project completed on time,” he added. Substantial efficiencies are expected to be gained with the new facility and its custom technology and conveyors. The warehouse has space to accommodate the 74 trucks in Weir’s fleet and office space for their 100+ employees.

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Chamber Member Update KORTE & LUITJOHAN FINALIST AGCMO KEYSTONE AWARDS Korte & Luitjohan received the distinct honor of being selected as a finalist in the Under $25 Million Category of the AGCMO Keystone Awards for the renovation of the Washington County Courthouse in Nashville, IL. Keystone Awards are given to contractors who exhibit excellence in achieving solutions to the obstacles and challenges faced during a construction project. We are pleased to have this project in our portfolio of work, and thankful to all who helped make it such a success. Pete & Jane Korte, Gregg & Celeste Korte, Project Manager, Del Scott, Superintendent, Justin Benhoff, and Project Engineer, Kyle Luitjohan were present to receive the award at the Construction Awards Gala on November 9th. Accepting the award for the Washington County Board was Gary Suedmeyer, with David Meyer, David Ibendahl, Willie Spenner, Kate Muenter and Eric Brammeier attending. ...................................................................................................................................................................................

SIGMA PHI EPSILON AT SIUE RAISES $9,000 FOR BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS The Illinois Eta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville announced today a fundraising total of $9,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois from its recent Greek Goddess philanthropy event. This year, the funds were raised through restaurant fundraisers, shirt sales, ticket sales, donations raised by all contestants and donations raised by all active members of the fraternity. Every penny of the donations goes directly to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois. Big Brothers Big Sisters focuses on matching children who are facing adversity - “Littles” - in our community with mentors - “Bigs” - who provide social, emotional and academic support. Overall, Bigs serve as role models for their Littles with the goal of building a strong foundation to build successful lives upon. The Big/Little program is available throughout Madison County, as well as Clinton, Monroe and St. Clair County.

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Chamber Member Update MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NAMED AMONG NATION’S BEST FOR QUALITY PATIENT OUTCOMES Memorial Hospital Belleville has been recognized by Healthgrades as one of America’s top hospitals for quality patient outcomes in six specific service areas and patient safety. Healthgrades, the leading online resource that helps consumers search, compare and connect with physicians and hospitals, evaluated nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide for 34 of the most common inpatient procedures and conditions. Memorial was recognized for the following: CARDIOLOGY Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Failure NEUROSCIENCES Five-Star Recipient of Stroke PULMONARY Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease GASTROINTESTINAL Healthgrades Gastrointestinal Excellence Award – Two Years in a Row (2107-2018) Ranked Among the Top 10% in the Nation for Overall GI Services – Two Years in a Row (2017-2018) Five-Star Recipient for Esophageal/Stomach Surgeries – Two Years in a Row (2017-2018) Five-Star Recipient for Colorectal Surgeries Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of GI Bleed – Two Years in a Row (2017-2018) CRITICAL CARE Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Sepsis – Two Years in a Row (2017-2018) Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism (2018) Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Respiratory Failure – Eleven Years in a Row (2008-2018) PATIENT SAFETY Recipient of Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award – Three Years in a Row (2015-2017) Among Top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety - Two Years in a Row (2016-2017) Among Top 10% in the Nation for Patient Safety – Three Years in a Row (2015-2017) These achievements are part of findings released in American Hospital Quality Outcomes 2018: Report to the Nation, which demonstrates how clinical performance differs between hospitals and the impact that this variation may have on health outcomes. For example, from 2013-2015, if all hospitals as a group, performed similarly to hospitals receiving 5-stars as a group, on average 223,412 could potentially have been saved and 162,215 complications could potentially have been avoided. A 5-star rating indicates that Memorial’s clinical outcomes are better than expected when treating the condition or performing the procedure being evaluated. “We are extremely pleased with these ratings,” said Mark J. Turner, Memorial’s president. “We know consumers have a choice of where to go for their healthcare services and rely on resources, like Healthgrades, to help them make those decisions.” For its analysis, Healthgrades evaluated approximately 45 million Medicare inpatient records for nearly 4,500 shortterm acute care hospitals nationwide, assessing hospital performance relative to each of 32 common conditions and procedures. Healthgrades recognizes a hospital’s quality achievements for cohort-specific performance, specialty area performance, and overall clinical quality. Individual procedure or condition cohorts are designated as 5-star (statistically significantly better than expected), 3-star (statistically as expected) and 1-star (statistically worse than expected) categories. The complete Healthgrades 2017 Report to the Nation and study methodology, can be found at www.

What’s Happening in December November 17 - January 1, 2018 Way of Lights | 5:00 pm National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows | Belleville

Sunday | December 3 Tails, Trails and Twinkles | 5:00pm National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows | Belleville

Sunday | December 10 Belleville Philharmonic Christmas Wonders | 3:00pm St. Luke Catholic Church | Belleville

Friday | December 1 Customer Appreciation Day The Weingarten | Belleville

Wednesday | December 6 Tuesday | December 12 & 26 Winter Celebration Craft Making | Toastmasters Meeting | 11:30am 1:30pm Peer 151 | Belleville The Cancer Treatment Center | Belleville Friday - Sunday | December 1-3 Thursday | December 14 Dog Show | 8:00am Wednesday | December 6, 13 &20 Lunch & Learn Think Tank | 11:45am Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville Holiday Story Time | 9:30am 4204 West Main Brewing | Belleville Eckert’s | Belleville Friday | December 1, 8, 15 & 22 Thursday | December 14 & 28 Breakfast with Santa at Dinnertime Thursday | December 7 Adam’s Auction Multiple Estate & 5:00pm Sip & Shop | 6:30pm Consignment Auction | 5:00pm Eckert’s | Belleville The Weingarten | Belleville St. Clair County Event Center Belleville Saturday | December 2 Thursday & Friday | December 7 & 8 Gingerbread 5K Run/Walk | 8:30am Wine Class: Holiday Wine & Sunday | December 16 Belleville Parks & Recreation | Belleville Food | 6:00pm St. Paul UCC Fine Arts Holiday Eckert’s | Belleville Concert | 3:00pm Hospice of Southern Illinois Royal St. Paul UCC | Belleville Holiday Breakfast | 9:00am Friday - Sunday | December 8 - 10 Bellecourt Place | Belleville A Forever Vintage Christmas Market Saturday & Sunday | Dec.16 & 17 3:00pm Friday | 10:00am Saturday Belleville Antique Flea Market Saturday & Sunday | December 2 & 3 Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville 9:00am Flea Market | 9:00am Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville St. Clair County Event Center | Belleville Saturday | December 9 Holiday Open House & Train Display Wednesday | December 20 Saturday & Sunday | December 2 - 24 11:00am Lunch & Learn: Holiday Appetizer Breakfast with Santa | 8:00am Oliver C. Joseph | Belleville Frenzy | 6:30pm Eckert’s | Belleville Eckert’s | Belleville Sunday | December 10 Gingerbread Workshop | 10:00am Candlelight House Tour | 2:00pm Friday & Wednesday | Dec. 22 & 27 Eckert’s | Belleville Belleville Philharmonic | Belleville Kids Cooking Class: Celebrate the Season | 1:30pm We are constantly updating our community calendar. Please visit for an up-to-date list of events!

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The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, December 19th, 7:30am at Lindenwood University - Belleville, 2600 West Main Street, Belleville. The meeting will take place in the Alan J. Dixon Student Center. This meeting takes the place of the Chamber’s regular monthly Board of Directors meeting and is open for all Chamber members to attend. The meeting will begin promptly at 7:30am. A complimentary continental breakfast will be available. Please RSVP by Tuesday, December 12th. To RSVP online please go to and click on “Chamber Events” or call 618-233-2015. The Chamber Connection

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