St. Louis lawyers elected president, board member at Ozark Regional Land Trust
The Ozark Regional Land Trust, a non-profit land conservancy in the St. Louis area, has announced the election of a new president and board members.
Jacob W. Reby was elected President of the land trust and re-elected for a second term to its Board of Directors. Reby is a Member of the Lewis, Rice & Fingersh law firm in St. Louis where he practices in the areas of corporate, banking, and real estate law. He is a fellow in the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and the American College of Mortgage Attorneys. Reby has also served on the board of numerous other charities and lives in Clayton.
Craig S. Ingraham was elected for a first term to the Ozark Regional Land Trust Board of Directors. Ingraham is Senior Attorney with Novus International Inc. at its headquarters in St. Charles where he handles corporate and transactional matters for the company. He is a past president and member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Corporate Counsel (St. Louis Chapter) and in 2008 was awarded the William A. Jaudes Service Award in recognition of outstanding service.