Chamber Elects Officers And Seats New Board Members

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has three new officers and two new board members for 2014.  At its January meeting, the Chamber elected John Kennedy, president; Michael Ritter, vice president; Janice Romack, secretary; and Robert Ellsworth, treasurer.  Kennedy, general manager of WGEL Radio, had previously served as secretary.  Ritter is the Vice President of Enrollment for Greenville College and Romack is CPA and Partner at West and Company, LLC.  Ellsworth, who is returning for another term as treasurer, is Managing Broker and owner of Wall Real Estate and with his wife Vicki owns Huddle House restaurant.  The officers will serve for one year.

The board also welcomed two new members to three-year terms.  They are Brian Nall, CEO of Greenville Regional Hospital, and Michael Diaz, a local attorney.  They replace John Donnell and Karen Smith who did not run for re-election.  Returning Chamber board members are James Cross, Jerri Davenport, Alan Gaffner, Karen Kessinger, Pat Kious, Steve Morgan, Troy Oldham, Doug Stroud, and Dave Willey.

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce board of directors meets the second Thursday of every month at 7:30 a.m. at the Corner Café.  All Chamber members are welcome to attend.

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