Log Cabin Republicans National Board Elects New Officers
Tim Schoeffler Succeeds Bill Brownson as Chairman
(Washington, DC) – Members of the Log Cabin National Board of Directors elected new leadership for 2006 at their board meeting in Miami Beach this weekend.
The board elected Tim Schoeffler of Washington, DC to succeed Bill Brownson of Columbus, OH as Chairman of the Board. Schoeffler brings two decades of corporate marketing and financial experience to his new post. He served as Vice-Chairman of the Board from 2003-2005. "I'm excited to take on this new responsibility," said Schoeffler. "Log Cabin has achieved important success in the last several years. I look forward to working with Patrick Guerriero and the national board to help take this organization to the next level."
Pete Kingma of Chicago takes over as Vice-Chairman. He served as Secretary of the Board from 2003-2005. Andy Hendricks of Austin, TX was re-elected to serve another term as Treasurer. Marc Yeager of Atlanta was elected to serve as Secretary.
"It has been a pleasure working with Bill Brownson during the past several years," said Schoeffler. "The board thanks him for his incredible leadership. We're fortunate that he will continue serving as a national board member."
"Log Cabin is fortunate to have Tim Schoeffler take over as Board Chairman," says Brownson. "It has been an honor serving as Log Cabin's Chairman. I look forward to my continued involvement with this important organization."
Log Cabin President Patrick Guerriero said, "I thank Bill for his three years of service as Board Chairman and his nine years of service on the national board. His strong leadership helped provide important guidance for this organization during a critical and remarkably successful time for Log Cabin. We look forward to Mr. Brownson's continued service and support of Log Cabin Republicans."