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SEDA Board of Directors Executive Committee

John Coleman

Chairman

Bonitz of Georgia, Inc.

Paul Hinchey

Vice Chairman

St. Joseph's/Candler Health System

Kay Ford

Secretary/Treasurer

BankSouth

Left to Right Back Row: Willie Seymore, Truitt Eavenson, Trey Thompson, Kevin Jackson, Frank Macgill, Reed Dulany, Joyce Roche´
Left to Right Front Row Middle Row: Greg Parker, Cheri Dean, Kalpesh Patel, Kay Ford, Quentin Marlin, Bob James, Steve Green, Karen Bogans
Left to Right Front Row Front Row: Paul Hinchey, John Coleman

SEDA Board of Directors

Karen Bogans
John Coleman
Cheri Dean
Reed Dulany
Truitt Eavenson

Kay Ford
Nina Gompels
Steve Green
Paul Hinchey
Bill Hubbard

Kevin Jackson
Bob James
Frank Macgill
Quentin Marlin
Greg Parker

Kalpesh Patel
Joyce Roche´
Willie Seymore
Trey Thompson

The Georgia law relating to the appointment of members to SEDA provides that the SEDA Board of Directors shall consist of 19 members who shall serve for a period of five years and shall be eligible for reappointment. Appointments shall be made in rotation by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah (the City), the SEDA Board of Directors and the Chatham County Commissioners (the County). Vacancies occurring due to death, resignation or other cause other than expiration of term shall be filled for the unexpired term by the body appointing the member creating the vacancy. Each body having a right of appointing a member to the Authority shall make its appointment for terms expiring Jan. 7.

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