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Black Swamp Conservancy conducts elections

June 26, 2011
The Advertiser-Tribune

Perrysburg - Black Swamp Conservancy, a non-profit land conservation organization based in Perrysburg, conducted elections of its board of trustees June 21.

Neil Munger, director of Wood County Park District, and Carol Gee, a communications consultant from Perrysburg, were re-elected to the conservancy's board.

Elected to their first terms on the board of trustees were:

Kelly Faris, chair of Put-in-Bay Township Park District.

Ford Weber, president and CEO of Lucas County Improvement Corporation.

Also elected to the board were Tom Reed, treasurer of Entelco Corporation of Perrysburg, and Eric Kraus, product manager of Aquablok, Ltd.

The conservancy board elected Reed as president and Kraus as vice president. Louise Jackson was elected as treasurer. Ms. Jackson is a partner with the law firm of Spengler Nathanson, PLL. Garrick White, a partner with Anspach Meeks Ellenberger LLP, was elected as secretary.

 
 

 

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