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CIF Announces New 2011 Board of Directors

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At the annual Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) meeting at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, the CIF elected its 2011 Board of Trustees to carry on the association’s initiatives throughout the coming year.

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The Board of Trustees welcomes trustees William Shaw as chair, John Bosin as vice chair, Jim Muse as treasurer, and new board trustee Rod Enlow as secretary.

Remaining in their positions as trustees are George Avery, O. Guy Bargnes, Jody DeVere, Harry Hall, Chuck Mayne, Brian Newberry, Russell Thrall III, Marcy Tieger, Tracy Tramm and Doug Webb. CIF also welcomes new board trustee Stacy Bartnik in addition to immediate past chair Jeanne Silver, who will continue to serve as a trustee.

William Shaw stated, "As the incoming CIF Chair, I am both honored and proud to be involved in such a worthy foundation and the industry it represents. The Collision Industry Foundation will celebrate its 10th anniversary next April, and I hope I can carry on the legacy of so many past chairs, most recently Jeanne Silver and Doug Webb. The current officers and trustees of the CIF are committed to carry on the foundation’s mission of raising funds and volunteering, supporting charitable needs of the industry and communities in which we serve."

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From immediate past chair Jeanne Silver, "I was among the founding members in 2004 and have been involved as a trustee since we officially formed a Board of Trustees. During my term as chair for the past two years, we worked on the Clean Downtown Detroit Project and Gleaner’s Food Bank. Out of this we took the effort further this year to develop the Shops Against Hunger program. Gerry Brisson of Gleaners helped us realize that hunger in America has touched families it never has before and the need for food, money and volunteers is tremendous. CIF fully supports a continued effort to help food banks across the country, and there is not a community in the country where a shop or other industry related organization cannot get involved somehow."

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Silver added, "We are also funding title fees for Recycled Rides this year. Our recent fundraiser held at NACE was a huge success and we hope to repeat this event next year. I want to commend the board of trustees for their work and commitment to the Foundation and I will always be involved somehow with this wonderful organization."


More information:

The Collision Industry Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation dedicated to raising, managing and donating funds while fulfilling the philanthropic goals and needs of the collision industry and the communities they serve. The foundation was established in 2001 to allow for tax-deductible contributions for the National Auto Body Council ("NABC") sponsored Camp Mak-A-Dream Children’s Hospital project and has been instrumental in several other collision industry charitable projects.  For more information, contact the CIF Administration Office at (804) 427-6982; e-mail [email protected]
 

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