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United Way names new board officers, members

Staff Reports Published: February 25, 2009
United Way of Central Oklahoma's Board of Directors approved new officers during their annual meeting last week. The following individuals were elected Feb. 18 as officers and committee chairs:

New officers:

Chairman of the Board – Ed Martin, Ackerman McQueen

Re-elected officers:

Vice Chairman – Roy Page, Third Degree Advertising & Communications

Secretary/Treasurer – David Harlow, BancFirst

Assistant Secretary/Treasurer – Scott Davis, Asset Management Advisors

New committee chairs:

Campaign Chair – Pete Delaney, OGE Energy Corp.

Research & Convening Chair— Mike Joseph, McAfee & Taft

Re-elected committee chairs:

Administration Chair – Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores

Audit Chair – Mark Wood, Ernst & Young

Community Investment Chair – Shane Wharton, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores

Community Investment Vice Chair – Jean Wallace, community volunteer

Events Chair – Matt McGuire, Heritage Trust

Labor Chair – Perry Sneed, Sheetmetal Workers International Association, Local 124

Legal Counsel – Ken McKinney, Tomlinson & O’Connell

Marketing Chair – Mary Hendrick, The Journal Record

Personnel Chair – Dr. Joy Reed Belt, Joy Reed Belt Associates

New members:

Bev Binkowski, Blue Cross Blue Shield; Ron Dye, Communications Workers of America; Ryan Free, OPUBCO Communications Group; Bryan Gonterman, AT&T; Rick Lippert, Lippert Brothers, Inc.; Roger Mitchell, ONG; Mike O’Neal, Oklahoma Christian University; Roberto Ramirez, Quad/Graphics; Paul Sechrist, OKC Community College; Karl Springer, Oklahoma City Public Schools; Lee Symcox, First Fidelity Bank; and Jean Wallace, community volunteer.

New ex-officio members:

Dana Hope Chism, Upward Transitions (formerly Traveler’s Aid & Homeless Assistance Center); and Bob Kendrick, U.S. Postal Service.

Current board members:

Tom Adams, community volunteer; John Allgood, Oklahoma RedHawks Baseball Club; Dr.

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