Raise your hand for service

  • Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Isle of Palms Exchange Club officers and board members PROVIDED

Recently elected Isle of Palms Exchange Club officers and board members raised their hands for service to the community at the Installation of Officers ceremony on July 24.

Pamela Marsh, a physical therapist working in rehabilitation medicine, will serve as president of the club. A longtime resident of the Isle of Palms and member of the Exchange Club, Pamela has also served the club as secretary, publicity chairwoman, president elect and has served on numerous committees and projects. She takes over for past president, Patrick Harrington.

Dimi Matouchev, an investment advisor for Edward Jones Advisors, is president elect for the second time. Elizabeth Grantham, a retired elementary school principal with a passion for youth programs, will be filling the role of secretary for the club. Tom Donohoe, the retired owner of Donohoe Lumber and Hardware, has raised his hand to serve as treasurer for the fifth consecutive year.

Members of the board of directors were elected to three-year terms. First-year board members include Jonathan Sullivan, an attorney with Wiles Law Firm in Mount Pleasant, and Jean Holst, a retired civil servant who has lived in the Lowcountry since 1968 and previously served on the board of directors for the University Exchange Club. Second-year board members, also installed at the July 24 meeting, include Sandra Russell, a retired school administrator, and Nick Strable, a self-employed venture capitalist. Chris Tountas, a resident of Mount Pleasant, and Ted Kinghorn, a retired federal government consultant, fill the third-year board positions. Margie Miller, past president of the Folly Beach Exchange Club, and Dan McQueeney, Charleston club member and national president elect, also attended the July event.

For more information about these and other projects, visit www.iopexchange.org.


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