CARE Chest board, advisors
Newly elected members of the CARE Chest of Sierra Nevada board of directors include Dana Abney of Abney Consulting LLC, Gina Breslow of Western Insurance Company, Mike Connoll of, Legends Grill, Sierra Tap House and Ole Bridge Pub, Daniel Cook, Americom Broadcasting, Angie D’Antoni, Reno Tahoe Visitor, Matthew Digesti of The Digesti Law Firm LLP, Garrett Gordon of Lewis & Roca, LLP, Ryan Hopkins and Cody Johnson of the HeBrew Men’s Brewing Society, Gary Jansen of the Community Services Agency, Bill Kahl of WBK Ltd., Art Kess of New York Life Insurance, Jon Killoran of Reno Tahoe Winter Games, Jim Nachiondo of Gastroenterology Consultants, Tim Ottmann of The Gem Gallery, Brian Pansky of Morgan Stanley, Smith Barney, Evelene Ricci and BJ Viglione of NV Energy, Larry Sapperstein of Wirtz Beverage of Nevada, John Smith of ComputerLand, Ken Stark of Stark & Associates, Connie Stutchman of The Arbors Memory Care, Steve Tapogna and Larry Trilops of of Renown Health and Kathy Triplett of Wiegand Group.
Newly elected to the CARE Chest advisory board were Steve Boucher of D&L Tile, Inc., Harry Chalekian of Computer Services, John Clays of Gilbane Building Company, Christy Clark of Wells Fargo Bank, Lawrence Davis of Davis Chiropractic, Tom Dolan of Lexus of Reno and Reno Toyota, Barbara Heywood of Renown Health, Larry Hoem of V&V Services Inc., Barbra Kaprielian and Mimi Tholl of IGT Roger Kennedy of The Kennedy Agency, Joni Moss of Vital Care, John Owens of Nevada Power, Alex and Lisa Rassuchine, Gus Rossi of Walther, Key, Maupin Oats Cox & LeGoy, Angie Shaw, of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, David Silverman of Silver Peak Restaurant & Brewery, Dan Watkins of Minor Advertising and Dennis Williams of Mutual of Omaha Bank.
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