Dublin, OH – The Dublin Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce the 2013-2014 Chamber President Virgil Temple and the Executive Committee and Board of Directors who will take office August 1. The following individuals have been chosen by the Chamber membership to serve as leaders of Ohio’s largest suburban Chamber of Commerce.
2013-2014 Dublin Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee
President: Virgil Temple, Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.; President-elect: Gene Oliver, OCLC; Vice President: Breanne Taylor, Nationwide Children’s Close to Home; and Treasurer: Alan Baker, Blue & Co., LLC.
2013-2014 Dublin Chamber of Commerce Board Members
Michael Aquillo, Union Rural Electric; Doug Austin, IGS Energy; Bob Darrow, Ruscilli Construction Co., Inc.; Ty Day, The Golf Channel; Derrick Hamilton, Battelle; Dr. Todd Hoadley, Dublin City Schools, Ex-officio; Sharon Kendall, Healthy Goals; Nicholas LaRocca, Muirfield Village Golf Club; James L. Long, Emerald Bank; Tim Long, Long Law Offices; Dana Mack, Cole Taylor Bank; Dana McDaniel, City of Dublin, Ex-officio; and Skip Murray, Murray Associates/
Business Performance Coaching, Ltd.
An invaluable asset to the Chamber, Virgil Temple has worked at Kinetics Noise Control for more than 40 years and currently serves as the company’s president and chairman of the board. Temple is an active member of the community and has served as president of the Dublin Jaycees, treasurer of the Dublin Jerome Marching Band, and as a board member of the Deer Run Elementary PTO. He also has held numerous positions during the past 20 years on the Dublin Seadragons, Dublin Jerome Celtics, and The Country Club at Muirfield Village swim team. Temple has lived in Dublin with his wife Marsha since 1978. They have two daughters, Meagan, who recently graduated from St. Mary’s of Notre Dame, and Kimberli, who is attending the University of Cincinnati.
About the Dublin Chamber
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce is the largest suburban Chamber of Commerce in Ohio and represents more than 1,200 area businesses. As the active voice of the business and professional community, the Chamber works to promote business, assist community development and advance human resources. For more information or to become a member of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, call 614-889-2001 or visit www.DublinChamber.org.