Chamber adds seven new trustees
By BETHANY REED
Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County
FREMONT – Seven new board trustees have been added to the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County. In October, Gregory Edinger, superintendent of Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers, was appointed to the Chamber Board of Trustees to fill a vacancy. Edinger will serve through December of 2019.
In addition, members of the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County recently elected six new leaders to the board. Stacy Baca, communications manager at Whirlpool Corp., Clyde Division; Mark Egbert, commercial banking officer/vice president of Old Fort Banking Company; Robert Gross, executive assistant to the Mayor, City of Fremont; Ruthann House, president/CEO of Great Lakes Community Action Partnership; Kim Partin, executive director of the ProMedica Memorial Hospital Foundation; and Andrew Stainbrook, owner and general manager of dotnet technologies were all elected to serve three-year terms and join the other 12 existing trustees. The newly elected trustees will be introduced at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Banquet on Thursday, Jan. 24, at The Neeley Center at Terra State Community College.
The Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County has been serving the Business Community since 1946. For information, call 419-332-1591 or visit scchamber.org.
Bethany Reed is program coordinator for the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County, 419-332-1591, firstname.lastname@example.org.