LAKESIDE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ELECTS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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August 18, 2014 (Lakeside) – The Lakeside Chamber of Commerce elected its 2014-2015 board of directors recently.  The board members are:

 

Executive Board

President: Robert Davila-Lakeside Equipment Rentals

1st VP: Frank Hilliker-Hilliker’s Ranch Fresh Eggs, Inc.

2nd VP: Clint Morgan-7SD Church

Treasurer/Secretary: Kelly Baker-Barona

Past President: Neil Rodvold-Alpine Rock & Block

Board of Directors

Lisa Anderson-Sunland Vacationer R.V. Resort

Mike Anderson-Keller Williams Realty

Brenda Asaro-Café 67

Ernesto Cisneros-Lakeside Auto Group

Milt Cyphert-Cyphertech Mechanical Corporation

Nina Drammissi-Lakeside Union School District

Danny Hertz-Hertz Insurance/Allstate

Bonnie LaChappa-Barona

Steve Menefee-7-11 Food Store

Jerry Mosier-Mosier Insurance Agency

Nick Ottonello-Daily Disposal Services, Inc.

Don Parent-San Diego Gas & Electric

The Lakeside Chamber of Commerce’s goal is to develop, promote and protect the commercial, industrial, professional, agricultural and civic interests of Lakeside and its surrounding areas. The Lakeside Chamber hosts ongoing business mixer events as well as its annual Spirit of Christmas, Western Days Parade and Beans, Beers & Business.

“Lakeside is a great place to work and have a successful business,” said elected president Robert Davila. “I look forward to serving with this group of talented people and continue Lakeside’s tradition as a community of commerce working hard to be successful and make a difference.”

About the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1951, the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce’s goal is to develop, promote and protect the commercial, industrial, professional, agricultural and civic interests of Lakeside and its surrounding areas. For more information, go to www.lakesidechamber.org.

 

 


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