Eagle Bank Employee Nominated as Business Person of the Year

Missy Munoz, marketing manager at Manchester's Eagle Bank, is nominated as Business Person of the Year by the West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce.

Manchester residents and business professionals are being recognized for their outstanding qualities.

The West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce has selected its nominees for Business Person of the Year, Business of the Year and the Don Essen Heart of the Chamber award. 

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Candidates for the award are nominated by The West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. 

Manchester businesswoman Missy Munoz, who works at , was named as a nomine for Business Person of the Year.

The chamber provided the following bio of Munoz.

Missy Munoz – Eagle Bank; Missy has been an active member since joining Eagle Bank as Marketing Manager in 2010.  She currently serves as Committee Chair of the West County Young Professionals, Ambassador Committee member and newly appointed Board Member of the Chamber.  Missy volunteered at Ballwin Days selling ice cream and actively attends Ribbon Cuttings, First Friday Coffees, Business After Hours, West County Young Professional events, and General Membership Meetings.

Winners are chosen on Jan. 26 at the Installation and Awards Gala at Meadowbrook Country Club.  

Following are all of the nominees for this years awards.

Business of the Year:
Ballwin McDonalds
Genghis Grill
Kim Lanham - Nationwide Insurance
Sams Club
U-Gas/Dirt Cheap

Business Person of the Year:
Dwight Alberhasky with Money Mailer of SW & NW St. Louis County
Pam Bolton with C.H.A.M.P. Assistances Dogs Inc.
Scott Elliott with PNC Bank in Wildwood
Missy Munoz with Eagle Bank
Brenda Tucker with Pulaski Bank

Don Essen Heart of the Chamber:
Brandon Bishop with St. Louis Elite Photography
Rita Canney with Melaleuca
Craig Larson with School Exec Connect
Dave Tuberty with City of Manchester
Pam McIntyre with St. Louis Community College in Wildwood


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