Hutch Chamber Recognizes Outgoing Board Members & Announces 2020 Incoming Board Members
Thursday, December 19, 2019
The Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber is pleased to announce its slate of newly elected Board of Directors and Officers for 2020. Comprised of dedicated and inspirational leaders from across the community, the Board of Directors represents a wide range of industries and talents that will help guide the Hutch Chamber and its staff as it moves forward into the coming year.
The following members will begin their three-year term on the Board of Directors beginning January 1, 2020:
Dr. Carter File – Hutchinson Community College
Michelle Inskeep – Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Mimi Meredith - Cosmosphere
Joe Ontjes – Luminous Neon
The following board members have been appointed to serve on the Chamber’s 2020 Executive Committee:
Pat Fallon – Chair (Plains State Bank)
Stephanie Trumpp – Chair Elect (PrairieLand Partners)
Dan Springer – Treasurer (Heartland Credit Union)
Ken Johnson – Past Chair (Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System)
Eddie Smith – Member at large (Kuhn Krause)
The Hutch Chamber would also like to honor and recognize the four outgoing Board of Directors: Gabe Goering, Kelly Anne Lanham, Brad Pryor, and Dave Vogel. The Hutch Chamber thanks them for their years of service on the Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber Board of Directors and all they have done to help the community grow.
About the Hutch Chamber:
The Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-driven organization and dedicated champion for its nearly 1,200 business members and their employees. The organization has been building a stronger economy and better business community since its inception in 1919. Along with its affiliate organizations, Visit Hutch, Greater Hutch - an Economic Development Partnership for Reno County, and Downtown Hutch, the Chamber is involved in business retention and recruitment, promotion of area attractions and events, and taking a leadership role in projects and initiatives dedicated to maintaining and improving the area’s economy and quality of life. Learn more at hutchchamber.com.