In a statement released on Tuesday, the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce announced the selection of new board officers and the approval of four new members to its board.
Coralee Taylor, owner of the Silver Agency and The Chronicle, will serve as the chair of the Chamber’s board.
Members of the executive board include Julie Pendleton, of Dick’s Brewing and Deli, as secretary; Julie Shaffley, of Good Health and Nutrition Center, as treasurer; Lindy Waring, of KELA/KMNT Radio, as past chair; and Amanda Singleton, of Rainier Connect, as the at-large member.
Executive board officers also serve as the board for the newly-formed nonprofit Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund.
The new members of the board are Thomas Jaurequi, the site general manager for United Natural Foods Inc.; Dana Johnson, the chief human resources officer for Providence Swedish; Chris Judd, the resource development director for United Way of Lewis County; and Michael Postlewait, the executive director of facilities for Lucky Eagle Casino.
“We welcome the diversity of industries represented and feel the new members add a wealth of skills and knowledge to our board,” Taylor said in a news release.
Other members of the board include Stan Bowman, of Bowman Assoc. Management; Trent Henning, of Riverside Golf Club; Daryl Lund, as a community member; Jeff Malloy, of O’Blarney’s Irish Pub; Cameron McGee, of Calypso Window Washing; Chris Thomas, of Providence Centralia Hospital; and Sandra Wing, of the Twin Cities Sports Commission.
Non-voting members include Jill Anderson and Rob Hill, the city managers of Chehalis and Centralia, respectively.