United Way adds two new board members

| November 22, 2016

Chris and DaveCOSHOCTON – The United Way Board of Control is pleased to announce that Dave Rogers, director of operations at Annin and Christopher Wallace of WTNS have been brought onto the United Way Board.

Rogers has been employed by Annin for 12 years. He also served 24 years with the Air National Guard and was selected as one of seven outstanding team chiefs from the active reserve and guard units of the Air Force E & I units in 1980.

Rogers is a member of the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce and the West Lafayette Lions Club and is currently the secretary.

He and his wife Debra have two grown children and three grandchildren. They both love to travel and only have three more states to visit in order to have seen all 50 of the United States.

Chris Wallace is a Sales Associate at WTNS. He has done video filming and editing for non –profits and is involved every month with beach clean-up at Apple Valley. Wallace enjoys sports, boating, photography and showing horses.

The United Way Board of Control currently has 18 board members with seven student representatives. Terms are three years with two consecutive terms possible.

The campaign goal for this year is $375,000 and the corporate sponsor is COTC.

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