ST. LOUIS – Scott Mosby, chief executive of Mosby Building Arts, has been elected chair of Better Business Bureau’s board of directors, effective Jan. 1, 2016.
Mosby (left) succeeds T. William White, senior vice president of Commerce Bank. White remains on the board as immediate past chair.
BBB board members elected Mosby and other officers Nov. 2 at the BBB’s annual meeting. The others elected were:
• Vice Chair, Michael Rottler, president of Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions.
• Treasurer, Kevin Deptula, president of Builder’s Bloc Contracting.
• Secretary, Thomas Walsh, vice president at Drury Hotels.
• Director-at-Large, Will Smith, chief marketing officer at Caleres.
Michelle L. Corey was re-elected president and CEO of the BBB.
Mosby said, “Midwest consumers and businesses benefit from BBB stewarding a fair marketplace. BBB continues to provide trusted service by providing reliable Business Reviews and Charity Reviews on the BBB website, celebrating exemplary companies through TORCH Awards and by publicly denouncing bad behavior by companies and individuals that fall below BBB ethical standards.
“I believe our local BBB organization is itself a model of exemplary leadership and management,” Mosby said. “I remain proud to be part of this best practices organization.”
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