Roseman, Langford Partner To Form Roseman Wealth Advisors
Alan Roseman and Chris Langford have partnered to form Roseman Wealth Advisors.
Roseman, a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner certificant, and Langford previously were financial advisors with Bridge Wealth Management, LLC.
Roseman is a graduate of Baylor University, and Langford is a graduate of Texas A&M University. They specialize in family wealth planning, investment management and retirement plan consulting.
Roseman Wealth Advisors is a wealth management firm that is committed to developing long term, trust-based relationships with its clients, inspiring them to plan well for their financial future, and live abundant lives focused on making a difference in the lives of others. The office is located at 3304 S. Broadway Ave., Suite 202, and can be reached at 903-747-3911.
Securities and Investment Advisory services offered through National Financial Partners (NFP) Securities, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. NFP Securities, Inc. is not affiliated with Roseman Wealth Advisors.NEW ATTORNEY
Flowers Davis P.L.L.C. announced the addition of attorney Catherine A. Chesley to the law firm.
Ms. Chesley graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1995 and received her undergraduate education at Baylor University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology in 1999. She also attended The University of Texas at Tyler, where she received her Master's of Business Administration in 2003, and law school at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, where she graduated from in 2011. Her areas of practice are real estate, transactions/acquisitions/development and patents and trademarks. Ms. Chesley is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Smith County Bar Association and the American Bar Association.BANKER ELECTED
Lee R. Gibson, chief financial officer and senior executive vice president of Southside Bank in Tyler, has been elected to the board of directors of the Texas Bankers Association.
He will serve a three-year term. Gibson previously served on the association's Government Relations Committee. A 28-year banker, he began his career in 1984 at Southside Bank as an assistant vice president and controller. He worked his way up to his current position, which he has held for more than 10 years. Gibson has been on the Board of Directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Dallas for 11 years, the last six as chairman. From 2010-11, he was chairman of the Council of FHLB, which encompasses all 12 FHLB banks. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Gibson is a member of the Tyler Junior College Foundation Board, and is involved in the East Texas Boy Scout Foundation and was the immediate past president of the East Area Council of Boy Scouts.AWARDS
East Texas Medical Center won several national marketing awards, including two "Telly" awards and two "Asters" for materials produced by the marketing department under the direction of Corporate Director Carroll Roge' and Vice President Mike Thomas.
ETMC won a silver "Telly" award, the highest honor, for the marketing campaign about the care Tyler Police Officer Richard Cashell received at ETMC's Level One Trauma Center after a motorcycle accident. ETMC won a bronze "Telly" award, second place, for the cardiac campaign featuring Tyler Assistant Fire Chief David Schlottach. The Telly awards received more than 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five countries.
ETMC also won two national Aster Awards for excellence in medical advertising/marketing. Scott Berkley received a Gold Aster for a photo illustration for ETMC EMS and a Silver Aster for a photo taken during a kidney transplant surgery. More than 3,000 entries were received and only 5 percent of those earned a Gold Aster Award. All winners are published in
Marketing Healthcare Today, a national healthcare marketing magazine.PRESIDENT
Capital One Bank announced the appointment of Dianne Irving Martin as Northeast Texas area president.
She will lead the bank's community focus and philanthropic commitment to meet the unique needs of the communities Capital One Bank serves in the Texarkana, Longview, Paris and Pittsburg areas. Ms. Martin will continue to serve in her functional role as senior business banker and be responsible for small business banking clients in Northeast Texas. She has 25 years of banking experience, all with Capital One and its predecessor banks in Texarkana. A native of Marshall, she received a bachelor's degree in accounting from The University of Texas. She is also active in the community, serving on several boards and organizations.FOOD DRIVE
Splash Kingdom Waterpark announced a new partnership with local food banks to promote family fun while helping the less fortunate in the local community.
Beginning today and running through Thursday, people who bring two non-perishable food items to any Splash Kingdom location will get a free lunch. "Splash Out Hunger" and enjoy a free Meal Voucher No. 1 for every two canned goods donated. Splash Kingdom Waterpark is a family water park with two locations off of Interstate 20 in Canton and Shreveport, La. All non - perishables collected will be given to Manna Food Bank in Canton and The Hub: Urban Ministries in Shreveport.ACQUISITION
Knight Oil Tools, which serves customers in Tyler and Longview, announced Monday the acquisition of Tri-State Tools & Inspection, LLC, based in Corpus Christi. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Tri-State Tools & Inspection provides stabilizers and non-destructive testing for drill pipe and bottomhole assembly components. The company operates throughout the South and West Texas drilling markets through facilities in Corpus Christi and Odessa.
According to Mark Knight, President of Knight Oil Tools, "The acquisition of Tri-State Tools & Inspection expands our Tri-Drill Services business unit inspection operations into new markets in Texas and the addition of stabilizers now gives Knight Oil Tools' Rental Tool Services business unit the entire bottomhole assembly, except for the drill bit."
Focused on providing "zero-failure" equipment and service for 40 years, Knight Oil Tools has grown to be the largest privately held rental and fishing tools business in the oil and gas industry. Knight Oil Tools maintains an extensive inventory of high-quality products for safe, efficient and productive oilfield projects. Operating from more than 50 locations across ten oil-producing states and internationally, Knight Oil Tools serves all phases of a well's lifecycle from exploration to abandonment.BREEDER AWARD
Diamond C Shorthorns, owned by the Raymond L. Carnes family, was honored by the Texas Shorthorn Association with the Progressive Breeder of the year award for 2012. The family purchased their first shorthorn heifer in 1989 and their first bull in 1994. Children and grandchildren have showed the cows through the years and Diamond C Shorthorns, of Tyler, runs about 50 registered Shorthorn cows.SPONSORSHIP
Mr. Rooter Plumbing, which has a shop in Smith County, renewed its national sponsorship of Ronald McDonald House Charities.
For the third year, the plumbing company made a national commitment of $100,000 with its affiliate companies, Aire Serv, Glass Doctor, Mr. Appliance, Mr. Electric, Rainbow International and The Grounds Guys. As a corporate donor, Mr. Rooter Plumbing also provides in-kind donations throughout the year. This includes donating plumbing and drain cleaning services, labor and supplies.
"The best way to give back is to help someone in need," said Kevin Fountain of Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Smith County. "And it seems like everyone you know knows someone who has stayed at a Ronald McDonald House."
The Ronald McDonald House provides a "home-away-from-home" so families can stay close by while their child gets the health care they need. The more than 315 Ronald McDonald Houses are located in 57 countries around the world. They are funded by corporate donors and individual support.TAX SEMINAR
The Texas Comptroller's office will conduct a free taxpayer seminar in Tyler July 17.
From 6 to 8 p.m. at the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce Genecov Room, 315 N. Broadway Ave., taxpayers can learn how to properly fill out tax forms, and file and pay taxes electronically. Information about e-services will be available to help taxpayers manage their accounts online. Comptroller representatives will be on hand to answer questions and provide assistance to attendees.
"We want to empower Texas business owners by making resources and information accessible. Conducting these seminars and making our team of tax specialists available provides much needed guidance for businesses," R.J. DeSilva of the comptroller's office said in a statement.
For more information, call the Tyler Field Office at 903-534-0333. Tax forms and tax information can be found at www.window.state.tx.us