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City of Joplin announces new Human Resources Director

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Dave Allgood (photo courtesy the City of Joplin) Dave Allgood (photo courtesy the City of Joplin)

News release from the City of Joplin:

The City of Joplinannounces that Dave Allgood has been hired as the Director of Human Resourcesand Risk Management.  Allgood brings more than 25 years of experience inthe human resources and risk management field.

He recently served asthe Corporate Claims Manager for O'Reilly Automotive in Springfield. Prior tothis position, he worked as Vice President of Risk Management/Worker'sCompensation with Mutual Assurance Administrators in Oklahoma City.  Heserved the Vice President of Risk Management and Human Resources for SittonMotor Lines in Joplin for 17 years.

"Dave will be astrong asset for the City and brings a great deal of experience in the human resourcesfield," said Sam Anselm, Assistant City Manager. "We are looking forward tohaving him join us and will be a good addition to our management team."

Allgood received hisdegree in business management from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1978.Allgood will began working at the City on April 29. The position became openupon the retirement of former director Reba Snavely.  She had worked atthe City for six years.

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