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Chamber of Commerce names new directors

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The Stoneham Chamber of Commerce board of directors, at its October meeting, named new directors and reorganized the board. According to a statement released by the chamber’s executive director, Jennifer Welter, the board officers are: Edward Doherty of StonehamBank, president; Judy Sadacca of Hallmark Health System, vice president; Bob Lee of Body Mind Systems, treasurer; and Mark Ventola of the Sheehan Phinney Bass and Green PA law firm, clerk. In addition, Debra Rafson, managing director of Stoneham Theatre, was nominated for a three-year term. Rafson’s nomination was approved and she assumed her seat at the Oct. 8 board meeting. She succeeds departing board member Ralph Barile Jr. of the Barile Family Funeral Home. Barile served on the board for six years.

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