The travails of Chris Ales
“The construction loan is still there, and I still have to pay interest. Money that could be going to them (the lienholders) is going to pay interest. I can't settle with anyone until I settle with them all.”
Greg Sommers of Sommers Cabinetry and Woodwork sets up a display booth Thursday at the Maquoketa Farm and Home Show. via Quad-City Times
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#1 Apr 17, 2008
This guy is "human garbage"
#2 Aug 26, 2008
I would like to know more about Chris Ales... he is in Kimberling City, MO and wants a letter from the city council so he canreceive money from the state to build senior housing....I am on the council, but I do not know the gentleman and I am researching his past dealings...any help from anyone would be helpful
#3 Aug 3, 2010
This guys owes tons of people money in the Kimberling City area...... agree with the first post!
#5 Jan 9, 2013
Does anyone have background on his financial standings today?
#6 Jun 8, 2013
Maybe can be found on bottom of Table Rock!
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