Chamber of Commerce elects new members at annual meeting

BRANDON — At its annual meeting here last Wednesday, members of the Addison County Chamber of Commerce elected members of the board of directors for the 2014-2015 year.
New to the board this year, all serving a one-year term expiring at the 2015 annual meeting, are: Shanon Atkins, People’s United Bank; Martin Clark, Martin’s Hardware; Leonard Schmidt, Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center; and Tony Staynings, Northlands Job Corps.
The board and members of the chamber recognized three people who are leaving the board after serving their terms: Tim Buskey, Vergennes Residential Care; Kate McGowan, United Way of Addison County; and Kelley Mills, Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center.
Steve Misasi, Misasi & Company, is the outgoing chair of the board.
Other board members include:
•  Bonita Bedard, Vermont HoneyLights, representing Five Town Business Council
•  Geoff Conrad, Middlebury Inn
•  Sam Cutting IV, Dakin Farms
•  Don Devost, Addison Advisors
•  David Donahue, Middlebury College
•  Larry Goetschius, Addison County Home Health & Hospice
•  Michael Norris, Poulos Insurance
•  Shawn Oxford, Bristol Financial Services
•  Bill Sayre, A. Johnson Lumber Company, representing Addison County Regional Planning Commission
•  Darcy Tarte, Peoples United Bank, representing Addison County Economic Development Corp.
•  Grover Usilton, National Bank of Middlebury
•  Ben Wilson, Middlebury College, representing Better Middlebury Partnership
•  Rebecca Woods, Porter Medical Center

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