March Member News 2022

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Steve Fleischer, broker/owner of CENTURY 21 Access announced today that Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized sales affiliate Matthew Schuchard with the CENTURY 21 2021 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award.

“The Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award is an integral part of our brand’s commitment to excellence and recognizes Matthew’s dedication to making each and every client interaction a positive one,” said Michael Miedler, President and CEO, Century 21 Real Estate.

The annual award is based on results from the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Survey (QSS) which is e-mailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home. To earn the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 80 percent of their transactions surveyed from January 1 – December 31, with an average survey score of at least 95 percent or better for two consecutive years.

“Matthew provides clients with knowledge and advice related to their real estate transaction and offers them confidence during what may be the most significant purchase of a lifetime,” said Steve Fleischer, broker/owner of CENTURY 21 Access.

“The power of the CENTURY 21 brand rests on the shoulders of the relentless sales professionals like Matthew Schuchard who always elevate and give 121% to their clients throughout the entire client relationship,” said Michael Miedler. “So as we celebrate their accomplishments we understand that delivering extraordinary experiences is what homebuyers, sellers and property investors deserve, and they should be demanding from their real estate company and agent of choice.”

Schuchard will receive a customized glass trophy, in addition to being recognized at the CENTURY 21 Global Conference.

Keeley Construction and Tigers Community Credit Union are proud to announce their partnership for the design and construction of Tigers Community’s third branch location in Columbia, MO. Together, the companies will create an ultramodern branch to serve the financial needs of the Columbia community. This unique PLAN | DESIGN | BUILD project will provide Tigers Community Credit Union with a brand‐new banking facility, including a full‐service branch using the latest technology and a drive‐thru with video banking and an ATM.

“Keeley is honored to continue to be a part of the West Community/Tigers Community Team to help them create these cutting edge, dynamic facilities to enhance the Credit Union’s presence and ability to serve members in their market areas. We look forward to another successful project with our partners.”
‐Tom Mooney | Business Unit Leader – Financial Facilities | Keeley Construction

Located at 4401 Smith Drive at the Westbury development on Scott Blvd., will give the Credit Union high visibility and ease of access in order to best serve their Columbia members. The eye‐catching architecture will prove to be a statement for Tigers Community’s dedication and commitment to enhancing Columbia’s financial and cultural growth. Tigers Community Credit Union has a strong vision for helping their communities thrive by their commitment to supporting local organizations, schools, and charities. Their service offerings and technological capabilities continue to grow, providing members with more convenient ways to access and manage their accounts.

Tigers Community Credit Union is committed to building strong communities. We are excited to join the Westbury development and look forward to delivering an exceptional banking experience with the latest technology and added convenience to residents and businesses in the area.”
‐ Jason Peach | President/CEO | Tigers Community Credit Union

Keeley Construction and Tigers Community Credit Union are completely aligned on their goals, vision, and desire to deliver the latest financial technology in an impressive state‐the‐art branch that will positively enhance the Westbury community.

Burrell Behavioral Health is proud to recognize the following leadership appointments and those excelling in their profession:

Burrell Behavioral Health proudly welcomes a new member to its Board of Directors, representing its Central Region. Stacye Smith is a human resources professional in Columbia, Missouri. Smith has worked for Shelter Insurance Companies since 1987, starting in the Underwriting Department. She’s moved from there to Sales Training, then on to become Director of Inclusion and Engagement, and is now the Vice President of Human Resources. She’s served on boards of directors for the Inclusive Impact Institute, Boys and Girls Club of Columbia, the Columbia Chamber of Commerce and the Boone Health Governance Board.

Ashley Angerer-Blunt, LPC, NCC, was hired as Director of Outpatient Services for Burrell’s 10 county service area in Central Missouri. She brings a history of implementing innovative clinical programming among diverse settings and experiences, leading teams and prioritizing both clinician wellness and client wellness. Angerer-Blunt most recently worked at Community Mental Health for Central Michigan, where she supervised an integrated health care team. Angerer-Blunt is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University where she earned a Masters in Mental Health Counseling degree.

Dr. Garima Singh, Chief Medical Officer for Burrell Behavioral Health, is one of 22 women across the country that have been welcomed into the Carol Emmott Fellowship Class of 2022. The Carol Emmott Fellowship is a prestigious, 14-month experience for exceptional, innovative women leaders who are making lasting change in their communities and institutions. Dr. Singh was one of four awarded full scholarships to advocate for and increase participation of women from historically underrepresented backgrounds.

Dr. Seth Allen, Director of Autism Services for Burrell Behavioral Health, was recently appointed to the Missouri Autism Commission, which advises and makes recommendations to the Governor, General Assembly, and state agencies on matters relating to autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Allen’s passion, leadership and expertise will be extended to the entire state of Missouri as he works to create more access to care.

Joshua Bade, General Counsel for Burrell Behavioral Health, was named a winner of the Top 50 Corporate Counsel Award from OnConferences. He was selected by his peers in the legal community across the U.S. Voters chose Corporate Counsel who they felt demonstrated a good mix of success and positive impact on their organization, made strong contributions to the legal community through thought leadership, have been innovative, and who have exhibited great leadership.


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PO Box 1016
Columbia, Mo 65205