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BC Hockey Announces Board of Directors Results
Sunday, June 10, 2018

BC Hockey has announced the 2018-2019 Board of Directors with two (2) new members of the Board along with a new Chair of the Board.

Bill Greene (Falkland) has been named the new Chair of the Board, replacing Randy Henderson (Prince George) who completed his tenure as Chair of the Board of BC Hockey.

BC Hockey’s membership voted four (4) candidates to two (2) year terms for Board members. Those elected to the two (2) year terms are:

  • Darryl Lerum (Fort St. James)
  • John MacMillan (Victoria)
  • Neil McNabb (Surrey)
  • Stephanie White (Nanaimo)

One (1) person was elected to a one (1) year term:

  • Grant Zimmerman (Prince George)

These five (5) Board members join three (3) members that will enter their second year of a two (2) year term:

  • Chuck Campbell (New Westminster)
  • Brian Harrison (Mill Bay)
  • Andrew Jakubeit (Penticton)

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