Chamber of Commerce Announces New Standing Board of Directors

The ​Deer Park Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce their 2019 Board of Directors and Officers. Serving as President is Doug Knight of Knight Construction. Jeff Whittle of Yoke’s Markets in Deer Park has accepted the role of Vice President. Dan Roberts of Deer Park Physical Therapy and The Gym has accepted the role of Treasurer. Nate Hoeksema, owner and operator of Lauer Funeral Home in Deer Park will serve as Secretary.

The remaining seats of the board will be filled by Jennifer Shorts of Kelly Realty, Julie Becker of Directors Mortgage, Ryan Moore of Edward Jones Investments, Jane Reilly of Marketplace Realty, and Billy Costello of State Farm Insurance.

The Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors consists of nine seats and has three standing committees. The committees that serve the business community of Deer Park area are the Finance Committee, the Fundraising and Events Committee, and the Economic Development Committee.

The Chamber is actively growing and has vision for the future with business developments that will serve the growing community of Deer Park, WA. It’s an exciting time to be in business in Deer Park.

Deer Park Chamber of Commerce ​is a 501(c)3 organization that assists in a wide facet of  means to help Deer Park Business sector thrive into the future. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Danielle Holstine by calling 509.276.5900 or emailing [email protected]​.

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