Countywide : Hispanic Chamber Directors Chosen

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Ten members of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Ventura County have been elected to the chamber’s board of directors. They will take office at the first board meeting of the year on Jan. 14, chamber officials said.

The new members of the Oxnard-based chamber’s 19-member board are:

Daniel Castanon, publisher of Las Noticias De Los Tres Condados; John Cobian, owner of Cobian’s Interpreting Services; Cheryl Courtney, branch manager of Wells Fargo Bank in south Oxnard; Roy Jasso, a field manager with Coors Brewing Co.; Carmen Ramos, supervisor of the La Colonia branch of Bank of A. Levy in Oxnard; Sergio Sanchez, manager of the Oxnard branch of First Interstate Bank of California; and Bill Terrazas, owner of Terrazas Construction.

Those reelected to the board are Patricia Lopez of the city clerk’s office in Oxnard; Ray Rios, owner of Ray’s Interiors; and Robert Q. Valles, manager at the Navy Employment Information Center in Oxnard.


All of the newly elected members will serve two-year terms.

At the Jan. 14 meeting, the board of directors will elect a president, first and second vice presidents, a secretary and a treasurer. Those officers will be officially installed in February.