Paso Robles chamber welcomes new members

kleslie@thetribunenews.comDecember 23, 2013 

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce elected nine new members to its Board of Directors in November.

The board, comprised of 17 local businesspeople, represents the chamber’s nearly 1,000 members, according to a chamber news release.

The new members are Jon Ansolabehere, Carmel & Naccasha associate attorney; John Arnold, Holiday Inn Express and Suites Paso Robles general manager; Tracy Dauterman, senior manager of tasting room and guest experience for Justin Vineyards and Winery; Jennie Enholm, certified public accountant; Gina Lucich-Fitzpatrick, Mission Community Bank vice president and branch manager; Ian Hoover, Paso Robles Waste and Recycle general manager; Alex McGillivary, Wells Fargo Bank regional private banker; Bruce Ray, publisher and president at The Tribune; and Jeff Weidler, WineWare Software president and chief executive officer.

Daniele Fresca, director of marketing for local software company IQMS, will take over as chair for 2014, according to the release. She will replace current chair Debbie Belmore.

The board also welcomed back former members Jeff Bower, vice president of consulting for TekTegrity; and Robert Covarrubias, vice president of business services for CoastHills Federal Credit Union.

Board members are elected for two years and may serve no more than two terms.

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