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Congratulations

Leadership Belleville Class of 2017

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Congratulations, Kelly! HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital congratulates our Belleville Leadership graduate

KELLY BARBEAU Marketing/Communications Manager

HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and our sister facilities within HSHS Southern Illinois Division proudly support our colleagues through professional development opportunities, educational assistance, discount memberships, benefit packages, and more.

Come grow with us! Visit www.hshscareers.jobs to view open positions and apply today.

NEW HOSPITAL OPENING FALL 2017

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Leadership Belleville Program & Curriculum Following is a snapshot of the upcoming 2017-2018 Curriculum* Kick-off Breakfast August 18, 2017 Two-Day Overnight Retreat: Leadership and Team Building September 14 & 15, 2017 Spend two days exploring effective personal leadership skills. Acquire powerful tools to meet the day-to-day demands of a leader, which will be explored in each monthly session. History, Culture & Religion Day October 20, 2017 Learn about the history of Belleville while touring the Labor & Industry Museum, the Emma Kunz House, and the Historic District. Also, learn more about the cultural aspect of Belleville, specifically the Belleville Philharmonic and Art on the Square. Gain an understanding of the diverse religious organizations in our community and their current issues and challenges. Law Enforcement Day November 17, 2017 Participants will be given an overview of the city and county law enforcement agencies serving the Belleville area. The session will include a tour of the St. Clair County Jail as well as a K-9 demonstration. Participants will also learn more about our judicial system and participate in a panel discussion with local attorneys. Education Day December 8, 2017 Participants will hear from a panel of educators regarding the educational system in Belleville and current key issues. The day also includes a tour of one of the elementary schools and high schools and hearing from local students. Healthcare, Aging & Community Services Day January 19, 2018 Participants will appreciate an opportunity for a behind-thescenes tour of one of Belleville’s hospitals. Current and future trends of healthcare and aging will be explored as they relate to leadership roles in our community. Participants will learn what our community needs to do to prepare for the exploding aging population and what services are currently being offered. Government Day & Mini Retreat February 16, 2018 Interact with state, county and city government officials to gain an in-depth understanding of the current issues facing our leaders and our community. Also included is a tour of the St. Clair County building.

Business Day March 16, 2018 This session will explore the current business mix in our area and inform participants of key local businesses and the issues they face. An understanding of past and present challenges and business trends in Belleville will be gained. An insider’s tour of several prominent Belleville business facilities will be included. Regional Growth Day April 20, 2018 Participants will gain an understanding of the key challenges and goals for the economic development of the community. The day includes a tour of Scott Air Force Base, which contributes greatly to our local economy. Reflection Day & Graduation May 4, 2018 Participants will give a presentation reflecting on what they have learned over the past 9 months. A graduation dinner will be held in the evening for all participants, their guests, employers and alumni. *Final details could vary.

Best Wishes Leadership Belleville Class of 2017

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Leadership Belleville Alumni Class of 2016 Richard Bass Jon Boente Benjamin Bovee David Chumley Renae Coffman Greg Davenport Crystal Grant Tammy Grime Anna Grimm Alison Kennedy Natalie Lorenz Annissa McCaskill Terri McKee Cherie Mitchell Tina Moore Roger Osthoff Phillip Pugh Stephen Sedlak Kyle Stigler Debbie Suttles Emily Vosse Kenneth Weston Class of 2015 Shane Blank Erin Clifford Alphonse Daniel Ashley Duffie Jamie Fields Tracy Gray John Hughes Charlotte Hyatt Kimberly Isaak Tammy Lappe Carson Maricle Nicole Muenchau Jared Nuxoll Wendy Pfeil Ashlee Lambert Kathleen Rotermund Lisa Schuetz Daniel Schwab Julie Sydow Will Welsh Melissa Witt-Smith Class of 2014 Jared Beard Kara Boyd Janet Creath Elle Davis Julie Fetters Andrea Gannon Scott Glueck Sarah Gustin Stefanie Hansberry Elke Hansen Kelli Hawkins Andy Hess Jeff Hood Kimberly Howell Meagan Isselhard Doug Kloeppel Larry McLean Michael Niermann Justin Price Cindy Ratermann Joshua Schobert Brandy Steely Allison Stuhlsatz Bryan Whitaker Class of 2013 Kevin P. Anderson Brandon L. Bell Lisa A.R. Bicket

Justin Chapman Shannon Embrey Carol Lengerman Jason Miller Paula A. Muschler Christine Sopiars Jessica S. Orsa Thomas L. Pour Laura Schrick Tamara Stancil Rick Stubblefield Johanna M. Wiley Class of 2012 Rosalena Baez Warner Brett Baltz Jim Barganier Brittany Brown Matt Eiskant Kent Heintz Martha Holloway Christine Juehne Bridget Juen Kari Lenz Mike Nulsen Cindy Olson Nathan Parchman Jeff Parker Todd Reyling Mike Rizzo Kristen Schuler David Sliment Philip Speicher Susan Wobbe John Ziegler Class of 2011 Vencent Bell Angela Eckart Carrie Gravot Jerry Harrington Laura Heimann Susan Ivy Grace Johnson Amy Klueter-Thomas Joseph Krump William Metzger Tracy Mueller Sandra Mulitsch Jason Poole Cheryle Pratt Amy Richter Marilyn Rossi Andrew Rushing Michelle Sumnler Tai Venuti Stephanie Walter Jean Weier Marquita Wiley Michelle Wuller Class of 2010 Misty Clemens James Davis Dallas Dixon Omelia Durso-Missey Laura Fedrick Joe Gain Tony Gallego Deb Kruep Andy Kulp Kristine Lamons Deanna Litzenburg Kim Margherio Katrina McCarver Ed Neill Jenna Renner

Dustin Schilling Bonnie Schnieder Stephanie Thompson Tom Zeigler Class of 2009 Debbie Belleville Jo Ann Bohenstiehl Doyle Brady Karen Busch Tim Claxton Cheryl Creasy Michele Erschen Brant Feltner Collin Fischer Jerry Hearn Elizabeth Hesselbach Patrick Hill Pat Hoffarth Lauren Jackson Amy Kempfer Mark LaPlantz John Lengerman Jorge Perez Brent Pieper Matt Thompson Tom Willard Class of 2008 Deb Blanquart Carla Boswell Andy Bridgeman Cyndi Brown Phillip Caravia Brad Eakins Kimberly Dawn Fulkerson Peggy Jo Hartmann Julie Huelsmann Teresa Johnson Nathan Kinney Virginia Leskera Mary Lopinot Melissa Mason Leonard McGehee Kathy Mehrmann Shane Moskop Kimberly Patterson Judy Patterson Ellen Reilmann Beth Roussel Ben Wanless Class of 2007 Kristopher Anderson Amanda Bichsel Jim Clindaniel Dave DeMond Mel Embrich Mona Friederich Emily Fultz Linda Hopfinger Todd Karpinski Kelli Madigan Jim Moeller Debra Pierce Charla Rebbe Brian Schneider Jana Summers Melissa Wilson Kathy Wilson Rebecca Wisdom Class of 2006 Sue Beeler Kevin Chandler Amy Cope Douglas Davinroy Bill Dixon

Jim Gilbert Sheila Glenn Sharon Sea Hamilton Pam Huschle Lawrence Jackson Teresa Johnson Cherie Macdonald Charles Merker Amanda Morgan Joseph O’Keefe Dawn Peil Mary Radcliff Tim Riley Deanne Sehr Denise Summers Jill Yaekel Leah Zilla Class of 2005 Chuck Dengler Jolene Fischer Collette Hoffarth Tom Hootselle Jason Lorsbach Margaret Luna Douglas Martin Tony Petzoldt Michael Riley Vicki Rose Michelle Rousseau David Ruby Melissa Sauerwein Cathy Sewell Leigh Sindelar Christine Spargur Richard Tschudin Bryan Vogt Molly Watkins Sheri Welch Class of 2004 James Coerver Mark Davitz Angela Eckert Brenda Fedak Brian Gibson Bonnie Heuer Jeffrey Jones Richard Kurowski Mike Lawrence Jacqueline Lemmon Scott Lively Mark Maxim Tom Monroe Joy Paeth Lisa Phillipson Julie Ringhofer Chad Rollins Mary Schmitt Jim Stewart Corey Wenzel Class of 2003 Kathleen Albers John Bethard Kip Buettner Janet Fontenot Eric Forguson Ramona Gebauer Craig Harper Greg Heggemeier Rebecca Hodgkins Darlene Jones Barbara LaRosee Sarah MacDougal Kevin Meade Danielle Niebrugge

Loretta Stammer Ryan Steffensmeier Michael Stein Jan Watson Wade Weitlauf Class of 2002 Jeff Baker Amy Ballance Michelle Birk Dale Brandt Carolyn Brooks Thomas Egan Renee Fleming Trish Fournie Pamela Hogan Sally Koval Kevin Martin Terry Nipper-Dickerson Patricia Page Robbie Parham Stephen Parrish Joseph Rossi William Sax Jacques Thro Debbie Willard Willis Young Dawn Young Class of 2001 Jan Bellm Julie Boekers Patricia Crowe John Durante David Engel John Grove Russ Hoernis James Klenke Joely Landreth Pat Mandeville Glen McElligott Cheryl Moody Rick Parks Lynette Rienbolt Joseph Schubert Deborah Schumacher Michael Siegel Ronald Stephens Steve Terschluse Douglas Wallace Class of 2000 Thomas Adams Missy Athmer Thomas Brandmeyer Keith Cook Mark Fontez Rhonda Greene Trent Hauser Steve Hoernis Linda Italiano Dan Jackson Philip Kammann Kory Kunze John Laker Julie LaTempt-Brazier Jane Lee Jim Maher Dave Nagle David Paeth Garrett Reuter Eric Schauster James Shaw Debbie Voges


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Applying for Leadership Belleville 2017-2018 An application is required for those applying for the next Leadership Belleville class. The two page application can be downloaded at bellevillechamber.org under the Leadership Belleville tab or call the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce at (618) 233-2015. Applications must be received by the Chamber office on or before July 17, 2017. Applicants will be notified of their participation status by August 4, 2017.

• Reflection Day, May 4, 2018 – Attendance is mandatory. Any participant who does not attend Reflection Day and participate in the presentations will not meet the qualifications to graduate.

The application also requires an essay on why the applicant feels they should be accepted into the program. The essay should include information on leadership strengths and qualifications.

TUITION: Tuition for each participant accepted into Leadership Belleville is $1,100 for members of the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce. The price for non-members is $1,250. The participant, the participant’s employer or a sponsoring organization may pay tuition. Tuition is to be submitted upon notice of acceptance into the program and payable prior to August 11, 2017.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Participants entering into the Leadership Belleville program make a 9-month time commitment, one day each month, in order to be eligible to graduate. • Kick-off Breakfast - August 18, 2017. Attendance is strongly encouraged. • Two-Day Retreat - September 14 & 15, 2017 at Pere Marquette Lodge in Grafton - Attendance at the retreat is mandatory. Any participant who does not attend the retreat cannot continue with the program. • Seven full-day sessions once a month: October 20, 2017, November 17, 2017, December 8, 2017, January 19, 2018, February 16, 2018, March 16, 2018, April 20, 2018 - Attendance is required.

• Graduation Banquet, May 4, 2018 – Attendance is strongly encouraged.

FINANCIAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Financial scholarships are available for the 2017-2018 class. Scholarship assistance is based on financial need and your company/organization must be a member of the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce. If you are interested in applying for a financial scholarship, a separate essay, 500 words or less, is required stating the reasons why financial assistance is needed. In order to be considered for a financial scholarship, the Leadership Belleville application and both essays must be returned on or before July 17, 2017. For more information, please contact the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce at (618) 233-2015 or email btucker@bellevillechamber.org.

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The Belleville Chamber of Commerce Leadership Belleville program does a wonderful job of displaying the community and local businesses while providing a wide variety of leadership approaches. This was a wonderful program!. Susan Stubblefield, Memorial Hospital


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Business Partners

Thank you to the businesses that have sponsored a Leadership Belleville participant (Number of alumni noted in parenthesis after company name) A Living Angel Home Care (2) Acclaim Personnel, Inc. (1) AgeSmart Community Resources (1) ( 3 as Area Agency on Aging of Southwestern Illinois) Alexandra Hines (individual sponsor - 1) Allsup, Inc. (11) American Red Cross, MO/IL Blood Service Region (6) Aon Risk Services (1) Apartment Community of Our Lady of the Snows (2) Associated Bank (7) Bank of Belleville (4) BARBERMurphy Group (1) BARBERVoss Home Care Team (1) Bel-Air Bowl (1) Belleville District 118 (2) Belleville Main Street Program (1) Belleville News-Democrat (9) Belleville Township High School Dist. 201 (5) Bel-O Sales & Service, Inc. (1) Beno J. Gundlach (1) Bethany Place (1) Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois (4) BMO Harris Bank (8 as Southwest Bank) Booz Allen Hamilton (1) BOS Metro East (1) Brandt Brothers Commodities (1) Bridgeman Insurance Agency (1) Call for Help, Inc. (1) Care2Day Express Care Clinic (1) CARITAS Family Solutions (2) (1 as Christian Social Services of Illinois) Catholic Fraternal Life (2) Cerebral Palsy (1) Chiro-Med Clinic (3) City of Belleville (12) City of Belleville-Fire Department (1) City of Belleville-Police Department (2) Clifton Larson Allen, LLP (2) (3 as Ganim, Meder, Childers, & Hoering, P.C.) Commerce Bank (9) (plus 5 as West Pointe Bank & Trust) Commercial Energy Consultants (1) Community Link (1) Dieterich Bank – Belleville (1) East St. Louis School District 189 (1) Eckert’s Inc. (5) Edward Jones (4) Egyptian Stationers, Inc. & Egyptian Business Furniture (3) Empire Comfort Systems (1) Executive Financial Group (1) Family Hospice (5) First Data Merchant Services (1) Freeark Law Firm (1) Gateway Region YMCA (14) George Renner & Sons Funeral Home, Inc. (1) Gonzalez Companies (1) Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce (3) Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois (1 as River Bluffs Council) Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. (6) Grey Eagle Distributors (3 as Illinois Distributing Co.) Hilliard Lyons, LLC (1) Hirth Heating & Plumbing (2) Hoernis Auto Body (3)

Home Instead Senior Care (1) Hospice of Southern Illinois, Inc. (10) HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital (12) HTC Technologies (2) Illinois American Water (1) Innovative Center (2) JoJo on the Go Fitness (1) Kaskaskia Engineering Group, LLC (4) Kuhlmann Design Group, Inc. (1) Landshire, Inc. (2) Lewis & Clark Council, BSA (1 as Okaw Valley Council) LINC, Inc. (1) Lindenwood University (8) Marconi Data Systems, Inc. (4) Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd (12) McKendree University (1) Meckfessel Tire & Auto (1) Memorial Hospital & Care Center (11) MidAmerica St. Louis Airport (1) MindsEye (1) Northwestern Mutual (3) Old National Bank (1) P&G Professional Billing and Consulting (1) Paddock Industries, Inc. (1) Parents & Friends of the Specialized Living Center (2) People’s Bank (1) PNC Bank (1 as National City Bank) Professional Therapy Services, Inc. (1) Quilogy (1) Regions Bank (15) (and 11 as Union Planters Bank) Renner Funeral Home (1) Rice, Sullivan & Company, Ltd. (5) Roesch, Inc. (1) Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. (1) Saint Louis University School for Professional Studies (2) Schmale Insurance (1) Scott Air Force Base (3) Sigman Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. (1) Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (5) Southwestern Illinois College (9) St. Clair County (3) St. Clair County CENCOM 9-1-1 (1) St. Clair County Housing Authority (2) St. Clair County Medical Society Association (1) St. Clair County Sherriff’s Department (1) St. Paul’s Home & Apartments (1) Strano & Associates (1) SWIC/Programs & Services for Older Persons (3) The ROHO Group, Inc. (6) The Shaw Group (1) The Tourism Bureau ILLINOISouth (2) TheBANK of Edwardsville (8) Tupperware (1) UMB Bank (1) Union Bank of Illinois (1) United Way (1) Violence Prevention Center (2) Visiting Angels Home Care (1) Volkert, Inc. (1) Wenzel & Associates (2) Yaekel & Associates, Inc. (2) Yorktown Golf Course (1)

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