Special Listing

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Special Listing


The Board of Directors includes NEHA's nationally elected officers and regional vice presidents. Affiliate presidents (or appointed representatives) comprise the Council of Delegates. Technical section chairpersons, the executive director and all past presidents of the association are ex officio Council members. This list is current as of press time.

Officers

President--Laura Studevant, R.S.

Regional Public Health Manager

Amtrak, 210 S. Canal, Chicago, IL 60606.

Phone (312) 655-2063; fax (312) 655-2064

email: studevant@aol.com

President Elect--James D. Dingman, M.S., R.E.H.S.

Sr. Codes and Technical Services Rep.

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

333 Plingsten Rd., Northbrook, IL 60062.

Phone (847) 272-8800, ext. 41579; tax (847) 509-6219

email: James.D.Dingman@us.ul.com

First Vice President--Douglas J. Ebelherr

Illinois Dept. of Public Health

525 West Jefferson, Third Floor, Springfield, IL 62761.

Phone (217) 782-5630; fax (217) 785-0253

email: debelher@idph.state.il.us

Second Vice President--Jim Balsamo, Jr., M.S., M.P.H., M.H.A., R.S.

Director of Environmental Health & Safety

Tulane University Medical Center-TW16

1430 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, LA 70112.

Phone (504) 584-2872; fax (504) 588-5590

email: jbalsam@tulane.edu

Immediate Past President--Colonel Anthony C. Aiken

3475 N. Desert Dr., Bldg. 1, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30344.

Phone: (404) 684-7172; fax (404) 684-7181

email: aikenenviron@earthlink.net

Regional Vice Presidents

Region 1--Richard Gabriel, Sr. E.H.S.

North Central District Health Dept.

333 E. Palouse River Dr., Moscow, ID 83843.

Phone (208) 882-7506; fax (208) 882-3494

email: rgabriel@phd2.state.id.us.

Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Term expires 2002.

Region 2--Richard A. Pantages, R.E.H.S.

35522 Woodbridge Place, Fremont, CA 94536-3378.

Phone (510) 713-7767; fax (510) 795-9475

email: sandick@home.com.

Term expires 2003.

Region 3--Richard Clark

Dir. Of Bureau of Food Safety and Env. Health--UT Dept. of Health

P.O. Box 142103, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2103.

Phone (801) 538-6750; fax (801) 538-6036

email: rwclark@doh.state.ut.us.

Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming. Term expires 2003.

Region 4--Mary Myszka, R.S.

Marathon County Health Dept.

1200 Lakeview Dr., Room 200, Wausau, WI 54403.

Phone (715) 848-9060; fax (715) 848-7160

email: mlmyszka@mail.co.marathon.wi.us.

Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Term expires 2004.

Region 5--Anthony E. Bennett

1410 Sweet William Lane. Pflugerville, TX 78660-4109.

Phone (512) 239-6029; fax (512) 239-6050

email: tbennett@tnrcc.state.tx.us.

Term expires 2002.

Region 6--James Michael Phillips

Director, Environmental Health Div., Combined Health District of Montgomery County

451 West Third Street, Dayton, OH 45422.

Phone (937)-225-4-143; fax (937) 496-3072

email: mphillips@chdmc.org.

Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio. Term expires 2004.

Region 7--Thomas R. Ward, R.S.

Env. Health Director, Union Co. Health Dept.

500 N. Main Street, Suite 36, Monroe, NC 28112.

Phone (704) 283-3525

email: tward@co.union.nc.us.

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Term expires 2002.

Region 8--Larry D. Yates, R.E.H.S.

Chief, Div. of Environmental Health, Laudoun Dept. of Public Health, Virginia Dept. of Health

1 Harrison Street SE. …

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