William R. Pundmann and Jean Ehlmann, both of St. Charles, were re-elected to six-year terms to the St. Charles Community College Board of Trustees in the April county election. William T. Lohmar Jr., of St. Charles, was elected to the final two years of a six-year term that became open when his son, Timothy Lohmar, was elected as a judge in Missouri’s 11th Judicial Circuit. William T. Lohmar Jr. was appointed to the SCC Board of Trustees in January 2011.
SCC President Ron Chesbrough (left) and 2012-14 Board of Trustees President Ryan Robertson (right) express appreciation to William Pundmann for his service as the 2010-12 Board president.
Pundmann is president and CEO of Pundmann and Co. and Ehlmann is a history and government teacher at St. Charles High School. This will be Pundmann’s second six-year term and Ehlmann’s fourth six-year term on the college’s Board. Lohmar is a senior judge for the state of Missouri, the St. Charles City Municipal Judge and the senior partner with Lohmar, Staebell and Burlison LLC.
At the April 16 Board meeting, the SCC Board of Trustees, whose officers reorganize every two years following the trustee election, announced the 2012-14 slate of officers: Ryan Robertson, of Weldon Spring, was elected president. Robertson is the regional director for Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Robert Proost, of O’Fallon, was elected vice president. Proost is the owner of Blue Ribbon Real Estate Co. Lohmar was elected treasurer. Rose Mack, of O’Fallon, was elected secretary. Mack is a councilwoman for Ward 2 in the city of O’Fallon.
Completing the six-member SCC Board of Trustees are William R. Pundmann and Jean Ehlmann.
The SCC Board of Trustees is charged with the duty of fostering and maintaining the overall welfare of the college as well as approving the annual budget and expenditures of funds. The six members of the St. Charles Community College Board of Trustees are elected citizens who serve six-year terms without pay.
Established in 1986, St. Charles Community College is celebrating 25 years as a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.