Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Board Elects Trustees

countrymusichalloffameAt the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s quarterly board meeting Thursday (June 27), David Conrad, J. William Denny and John Grady (partner, Crush Management), were re-elected to three-year terms as trustees. UBS Financial Services Sr. VP Mark Bloom was elected to a first term as a trustee. Music industry executive Randy Goodman, Sony Music Nashville Chairman and CEO Gary Overton, and Enterprise Electric CEO James C. Seabury, III were elected as officers.

Steve Turner, president of Butler’s Run LLC, was tapped for a sixth term as chairman; and Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill was re-elected to a 12th consecutive term as president.

Remaining trustees include Rod Essig, Keel Hunt, Henry Juszkiewicz, Ken Levitan, Mary Ann McCready, Steve Turner, Ernie Williams and Jody Williams. Current officers Earl Bentz, Connie Bradley, Mike Dungan, Vince Gill, Al Giombetti, Francis Guess, Lon Helton, Mike Helton, Don Light, Donna Nicely, David Ross, John Seigenthaler, Clarence Spalding, Troy Tomlinson and Tim Wipperman were all re-elected.

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