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Guam Chamber of Commerce elects new board of directors

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Members of the Guam Chamber of Commerce elected a new Board of Directors during their meeting this afternoon. The six voting directors selected three year terms are Frank Campillo from Calvo's Insurance, First Hawaiian Bank's Laura-lynn Dacanay, Glimpse's Maureen Maratita, South Pacific Petroleum's Mark Sablan, Bernadette Valencia from Matson and Security Title's Ronald Young. Elected as alternates to serve a one year term were John Brown from Jones and Guerrero and Baldyga Group's Ernie Galito.  The group elected today will join the 12 holdovers to compromise the 2014 Chamber Board.

 

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