Jolene Winter, owner and director of Brater-Winter Funeral Home, and Rob Means, president for Harrison Building and Loan, begin three-year terms serving on the Chamber’s Board of Directors this month.
The growing organization is tackling issues like workforce development and bringing speakers to the community on the western edge of Hamilton County. U.S. Representative Steve Chabot will speak at the Chamber’s Annual Breakfast Feb. 21.
The Chamber is powered by volunteer effort, led by the 13 board members. The 2019 Board of Directors includes:
Dan Cross, Dan Cross CPA
Sara Cullin, Signal Tree Creative Communications
Gary Ellerhorst, Crown Plastics
Lori Enright, Eagle Country 99.3
Spencer Ford, Conservative Financial Solutions
Mark Hildebrand, Triumph Energy
Jim Kinnett, Kinnett Consulting
Andrew Kobs, FCN Bank
Joe Maas, JTM Food Group
Rob Means, Harrison Building and Loan
Rosanne Moore, Church on Fire Ministries
Dan Weethee, Apparelmaster Inc.
Jolene Winter, Brater-Winter Funeral Home
The Greater Harrison Chamber was founded in 2014, “To Promote the Prosperity of the Greater Harrison Business Community.” Community members wanted an organization that focused on the development and support of the local business community and to provide a voice for local businesses to city, county, state and national government. The Chamber also provides educational forums, networking, leadership development, marketing opportunities and benefit programs.
to get involved.