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Chamber of Commerce elects new board members

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Six new directors were elected to 3-year terms on the Chamber of Commerce board Wednesday.

They are Jonathan Kriegel of Docomo Pacific; Joe Arnett of Deloitte and Touche; Sandra McKeever of Asia Pacific Financial Management Group; Kim Anderson Young of Security Title; Mark Sablan of South Pacific Petroleum; and Mark Tokito of the Bank of Hawaii. Kriegel was the top vote-getter and will serve on the Executive Committee.

Two alternate directors were also elected to 1-year terms.  They are Ernie Galito, of Atkins Kroll, and Siska Hutapea, of Cornerstone Valuation. They join twelve hold-over members to make up the 2018 Board.

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