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Christensen to Speak at Chamber Annual Meeting

Feb. 10, 2005 – Delegate Donna M. Christensen will be the keynote speaker at the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting Tuesday.
The meeting will also see the gavel passed from outgoing Chamber President Cassan Pancham to President-elect Thaddeus F. Bast.
New directors, currently in the balloting process, will also be announced.
The 10 new directors will be chosen by chamber members from a slate of 12 that includes:
– Richard Berry, president of the West Indian Corporation.
– Richard Blythe, managing director of Caneel Bay Resort.
– Barry Broome – president, ADT Security Systems.
– Thomas B. Brunt III, president MSI Building Supplies.
– Sebastiano Paiewonsky-Cassinelli, management team A.H. Riise.
– Susan Chandler, vice president of Island Technical Solutions.
– H. Wein Dimetros, general manager, Holiday Inn, St. Thomas.
– Adriane J. Dudley, senior partner, Dudley, Clark and Chan
– Raymond L. Fournier, president, Guardian Insurance Co.
– Maurice Kurg, advisor, Seaborne Airlines and management consultant.
– Edward E. Thomas, president and chief executive officer, The West Indian Co. Ltd.
– Matthew R. Walton, Island Manager, Tropical Shipping.
The meeting will start at noon at the banquet room at the Mahogany Run Golf Course. Lunch will be served for $25 per person. Call 776-0100 for a reservation, which must be made in advance.

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