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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Doyon board members elected at meeting

Doyon Ltd said March 19 that at the annual meeting of shareholders four individuals were selected to Doyon’s 13-member board of directors. Elected were Miranda Wright, Teisha Simmons, Cheryl Northway-Silas and Josephine Malemute. Each seat is for a three-year term, ending in 2013. The newly elected board members join existing board members Gerald “Jerry” Carroll, Andrew Jimmie, Georgianna Lincoln, Victor Nicholas, Orie G. Williams, Walter “Willy” Carlo, Jennifer Fate, Michael R. Fleagle and Christopher Simon. All board members are Doyon shareholders. Following the annual meeting, the board met and elected officers. Elected as chair was Orie. G. Williams; vice chair, Victor Nicholas; secretary, Michael R. Fleagle and treasurer, Miranda Wright. In addition to the board election, shareholders at the annual meeting also heard reports from the current board and management on Doyon’s FY 2009 performance, current initiatives and corporate goals.



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