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New Mason Chamber Board Member

Tuesday, July 15, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michelle Rahl
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July 14, 2014                                                CONTACT: Doug Klein

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                   (517) 676-1046 or (517) 775-8601                                                                                   dougklein@masonchamber.org

 

             Mark Voss of Farm Bureau Insurance – Mark Voss Agency has been elected to the board of directors of the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce.  His agency is located at 700 W. Ash Street in Mason and offers home, auto, life and health insurance -- along with annuities and financial planning.

            He is replacing Shelbi Frayer of Mason Public Schools who has taken a job with the State of Michigan. Mark Voss attended Ferris State University and has received numerous honors and recognitions in his profession, including Executive Club - Circle of Champions and the Pacesetters Award. 

            Beside Mark Voss, current members of the board are president Lori Pfost of Dart Bank, vice president Kathy Smith of Mason Insurance Agency, treasurer Marlon Brown of the City of Mason, past president Andrew Serratelli of Dart Container Corporation, Sue Fulk of Independent Bank, Jeff Haueter of Mason A&W Restaurant, Shireen Luther of TomCo Asphalt, Jeff Oesterle of the Little Creeks Cattle & Grain, Scott Russ of Oracle Financial Solutions, Neil Sheridan of BlueGrass Lawn & Landscape, Kathy Wakefield of Mason State Bank, and Bruce Wigginton of Mason Auto Body Repair.

            Terms on the MACC board are usually three years in length.  Board members who have completed full terms are not eligible to rejoin the board for one year.  Often, three to five new individuals are elected to the board each year. 

            MACC president Lori Pfost encourages any and all individuals who are employees, principals, or associates of Chamber member businesses and organizations to consider serving on one or more of the Chamber’s many standing and ad hoc committees.  “Doing so is the best preparation for any future board members,” she says.

 

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