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Chamber announces committee, task force leaders

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The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce announced its 2011 volunteer leaders for 18 committees and task forces last week.

Individuals representing businesses across the area were selected, including:
  • Ambassadors Chairman Chris Louzader, Midwest Family Broadcast Group;
  • Business After Hours Committee Chairman Paul Devlin, APLUS Payroll;
  • Chairman’s Club Chairman Scott Schoettlin, Riverwalk Wealth Management;
  • Development Issues Input Group Chairman Dan Compas, Murney Associates;
  • Education & Workforce Solutions Advisory Group, Chairman Tim Baltes, SRC Heavy Duty;
  • Governmental Relations Committee Chairman Brent Singleton, Heim, Young & Associates Inc., and Vice Chairman Ryan DeBoef, Husch Blackwell LLP;
  • International Business Council Chairman Laura Beaver, New Horizons Hardwoods;
  • Local Issues Public Policy Task Force Chairman Gary Powell, Husch Blackwell LLP;
  • Manufacturers Roundtable Chairman David Dieselberg, John Deere Reman-Springfield;
  • The Network Chairman David Ross, Morelock-Ross Builders Inc.;
  • Nonprofit Roundtable Chairman Bart Brown, Ozarks Food Harvest;
  • Red Carpet Committee Chairman Kristy Chastain, Arvest Bank;
  • Past Chairmen’s Advisory Council Chairman Andy Lear BKD LLP;
  • School Board Candidate Endorsement Committee Chairman David Karr, Conco Cos.;
  • Small Business Council Chairman Steve Counts, Digital Prink Ink;
  • Springfield Regional Economic Partnership co-persons Ron Mersch, city of Bolivar, and Shari Lockhart, Evans and Dixon LLC;
  • Transportation Committee Chairman Kelly Turner, Olsson Associates; and
  • Voice of Business Committee Chairman Chip Sheppard, Carnahan, Evans, Cantwell & Brown PC.
More than 900 business professionals serve on chamber committees and task forces.
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