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Chamber of Commerce inducts 2023 Board of Directors and Officers

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  The Malden Chamber of Commerce recently inducted its 2023 Board of Directors and Officers at a meeting held at Pearl Street Station. The program included a review of 2022 where the Chamber welcomed a record 49 new members, a preview of 2023 highlighting new education and enrichment programs, and the Oath of Office administered by Mayor Gary Christenson.

  The 2023 Board of Directors Officers are as follows: President, Johnny Long, East Cambridge Savings Bank; First Vice President, Lindsay Smythe, Mystic Valley YMCA; Second Vice President, Kevin Thai, Three Circles Studio; Treasurer, Jay Lamport, The Tax Depot; Secretary, Greta Hagen, Respond, Inc.; Board Attorney, Jordan L. Shapiro, Esq., Shapiro and Hender; and Past President Donna Denoncourt, Boston Light Financial. The 2023 Board of Directors Members are as follows: Michni Daley, Members Plus Credit Union; Dan Mailhiot, New England Security; Joy Curtis, Cambridge Health Alliance; Michael DeMarco, StonehamBank; Ronnie Puzon, Trinity Real Estate; Alexander Dan, Mystic Valley Regional Charter School; Barsha Gautam, Eastern Bank; Tom McCartney, DJ Tommy; Terry Holmgren, Triangle, Inc.; Paul Solano, Pearl Street Station; Barbara Durgin, Attorney at Law; Kevin Duffy, City of Malden; Ari Taylor/Tina LeGarde, Urban Media Arts; and Hilda Torres, My Little Best Friends Early Learning Center. The 2023 Advisory Board members are as follows: Mayor Gary Christenson, City of Malden; Deborah Burke, City of Malden; Carl Rowe, Rowe Contracting; Patty Kelly, Bread of Life; Dennis Cataldo, Cataldo Ambulance; and Fire Chief William Sullivan, Malden Fire Department. The 2023 Honorary Board members are as follows: Lisa O’Loughlin, Retired-Home Instead Senior Care; Linda Kane, Retired-Stoneham Savings Bank; Arthur D. Kahn, Retired-Malden Jewelry; Darlene Joyce, Retired-Century Bank; Ron Cox, Retired-Urban Media Arts; and Judy Sadacca, Retired-MelroseWakefield Healthcare.

  The Malden Chamber of Commerce is the oldest (1891) and largest organization dedicated to the business community of Malden. For more information about the Chamber, visit www.maldenchamber.org or email info@maldenchamber.org.

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