Congrats to Bev Loehner on 30 with the Missouri Chamber!

Thirty years ago, Bev Loehner joined the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry staff.  Since that time she has been involved in countless projects related to the Missouri Chamber Mission – to advance and protect Missouri employers.

Loehner is receptionist for the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry and also serves as the administrative assistant to the marketing department.  It is fascinating to think about the calls she has fielded in the course of her job over the last 30 years.   When Loehner joined the Missouri Chamber, Christopher Kit Bond was the Governor of Missouri.  Norman L. Merrell was the Missouri Senate Pro Tem and Bob Griffin was the Missouri Speaker of the House.  Just as the Missouri Chamber is a leading force at the state capitol today, in 1982 our work was just as challenging and Bev has played a key role in supporting those efforts for all these years.

In this day and age when employees only stay with their employers an average of less than four years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is quite an accomplishment for an employee to remain with an organization for more than 30 years.  It is a true sign of commitment and dedication and we take time today to recognize Bev Loehner as she reaches that milestone.  Won’t you join us in this recognition?  Please send Bev an email thanking her for the work she has done to advance and protect the employers of our state.  Her email is

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The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry understands that the quality of life in our state depends on quality jobs for Missourians. To that end, we have one simple mission: to protect and advance Missouri business.

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