Home >> Business >> Business Briefs: July 8

Business Briefs: July 8


Richard King, of Stange Law Firm

Stange Law Firm, PC has announced that attorney Richard King has joined the St. Louis divorce attorneys’ firm as a senior associate attorney at its headquarters in Clayton. King provides assistance in family law matters such as divorce, child custody and child support, fathers’ rights and paternity, adoption, modification of current orders, and protective orders and restraining orders. King graduated from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in 2014, obtaining his juris doctorate and graduating cum laude. King has been licensed to practice law in the state of Missouri since 2014. For more information, visit stangelawfirm.com.

• • •

Lindenwood University President Dr. John Porter has been elected to the Midwest BankCentre St. Charles Advisory Board. Porter, who earned his doctorate in education at Johns Hopkins University, was vice president of services for Gulf Business Machines in Dubai prior to joining Lindenwood in 2019. Previously, he served as a member of the board of trustees at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. Currently, Porter serves on the Mercy East and Missouri Colleges Fund board of directors. 

• • •

Rich Loughridge was named the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award winner by the St. Charles Community College Foundation, which recognizes alumni who have done exceptional work and exhibited dedication to their community. After receiving his associate degree from St. Charles Community College, he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Lindenwood. After earning his Missouri Real Estate License in 2005, he cofounded Trademark Real Estate as has been the top sales agent since the company’s inception in 2011. Loughridge is on the board of directors for Act Two Theatre in St. Peters and serves on the St. Charles Community College Alumni Council. 


Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) recently was named recipient of a 2020 grant from the Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund. Located in St. Charles. VIM’s mission is to cater to the healthcare needs of St. Charles and Lincoln County adult residents who are not covered by any type of insurance and whose household income is at or below 200% of the U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines. VIM receives no federal or state support and depends on donations and grants to support its mission. The nonprofit organization has no paid staff, and provides primary health services to patients without charge, and also ensures patients receive the medications they need to improve their health.


CycleBar Mid Rivers, located at 5292 N. Service Road, opened in St. Peters. The studio offers stationary rides ranging from 30-50 minutes long with various options for beginners to advanced riders. Set to music, an instructor guides riders using a mix of strength, endurance, hills and challenges. CycleStats measure six metrics of performance to help cyclists achieve their goals. 

• • •

Tres Belle Salon, 2709 State Hwy. K in O’Fallon, celebrated its opening as a full-service salon. In addition to traditional hair care, the salon offers eyebrow microblading and extensions, along with other and special occasion and salon services. The salon also provide periodic class offerings that teach individuals lessons on proper blow drying, hair curling and make-up application.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Share this: