During the Annual Banquet Meeting of the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce, new officers and members of the Board of Directors were elected by the membership.
During their second term in office, Hunter Mullens of the legal firm of Mullens & Mullens will serve as President of the Chamber, Ed Larry from the Barbour County Historical Museum will continue as Vice President, and Brenda Hunt, Director of Heart & Hand House will remain as Treasurer.
Elected to the Board of Directors Class of 2025 were Brenda Hunt; Terri Kittle, Vice President of Freedom Bank; and Dr. Don Smith, who serves as the voluntary Executive Director of the Chamber. Dr. Tim Barry, President of Alderson Broaddus University, continues as the Chamber’s Past President.
Pictured by photographer Lars Byrne from left in row one are Dr. Tim Barry, Chamber President Hunter Mullens, and Vice President Ed Larry. Row two includes Terri Kittle, Vice President of Freedom Bank; Lilah Phillips, Vice President at BC Bank; Medallion owner Kevin Lyons, and Brenda Hunt. Shown in row three are Cheryl Wolfe, Director of the Barbour County Development Authority; Dr. Don Smith; Eric Ruf, Director of the Barbour Community Health Association; Barbour County Commissioner Susie Cvechko; and County Coordinator Shana Frey. Standing in row five are Reg Trefethen, Manager of the Development Authority; Ron Phillips, Manager of the Builders Center; Mike Elza, Director of Marketing at Mountain Hospice; and Mike Cvechko of Cvechko Insurance.
Not pictured are Karen Bialek of Bialek Insurance; Dana Gould, Director of Broaddus Hospital; Mike Isner, Manager of Snyder Industries; Joe Kaiser of Kaiser’s Coffee & Candy; and Susan Jones, owner of the Perfectly Pampered Salon.