Academic journal article Journal of Environmental Health

Note of Thanks to Departing Board Members

Academic journal article Journal of Environmental Health

Note of Thanks to Departing Board Members

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We would be remiss if we did not acknowledge the dedication, hard work, and efforts of three members of the NEHA board of directors on the occasion of their departure from the board: Region 4 Vice President Bette Packer, Region 6 Vice President Jim Dingman, and Immediate Past President Dick Pantages.

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Region 4 Vice President Bette Packer decided to retire after six years as a member of the NEHA board of directors. She had previously retired as a food safety specialist with the city of Minneapolis. She then contributed her food safety expertise to retail stores, restaurants, schools, and wholesale food manufacturing facilities, helping them improve their food safety processes and practices and providing certification and recertification classes for their staff. Bette joined the NEHA board in 2003 and has been an active supporter of her region's affiliates. She won the Minnesota Environmental Health Association's Frank A. Staffenson Award in 2004.

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Region 6 Vice President Jim Dingman leaves the NEHA board of directors after 16 years of dedicated service. Jim is the only board member to serve as RVP for two different regions during his tenure on the board. He was regional vice president for Region 3 from 1994 to 1998 and regional vice president for Region 6 from 2003 to 2010. …

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