Patti Stites - Crown Realty of Spring Hill

Patti Stites - Crown Realty of Spring Hill

Chairman of the Board

Grant Ewing - Edward Jones

Grant Ewing - Edward Jones

Past Chair

Phone:  913-592-4447

E-Mail: [email protected]

Paige Cuezze - Blackhawk Development

Paige Cuezze - Blackhawk Development

Board Member

Sharon Mitchell - Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce

Sharon Mitchell - Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce

President/CEO

Dave Dunmire - State Bank of Spring Hill

Dave Dunmire - State Bank of Spring Hill

Board Member

Brian Verbraken - Kansas Paint Co.

Brian Verbraken - Kansas Paint Co.

Board Member

Tim Stevens - Seats Inc

Tim Stevens - Seats Inc

Board Member

BJ Harris - Spring Hill Sports Live

BJ Harris - Spring Hill Sports Live

Board Member

Bart Goering - Goering Group, BH&G Realtors

Bart Goering - Goering Group, BH&G Realtors

Board Member

Michael Grann - Farm Bureau Financial/Escape House Spring Hill

Michael Grann - Farm Bureau Financial/Escape House Spring Hill

Board Member

Chad Lewis - First Option Bank

Chad Lewis - First Option Bank

Board Member

Dr. Wayne Burke - USD 230

Dr. Wayne Burke - USD 230

Liaison

Jim Hendershot - City of Spring Hill

Jim Hendershot - City of Spring Hill

Liaison

Brian Peel - SH Recreation Commission

Brian Peel - SH Recreation Commission

Liaison

Statement for Supporting Diversity 

“The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce affirms the unique strengths and value of each individual person, regardless of physical appearance, race, or ethnicity. We aim to treat all persons with fairness and dignity. Spring Hill has a long history of embracing differences, including being home to the presumed first woman doctor in Kansas, Dr. Celia Dayton; and also home to an early African American business owner, school board member, and former slave, Jerimiah McCanse. Both of these people are represented on our historical mural located on Main Street. Furthermore, a city park is named for Dr. Dayton, and a building on Historic Main Street bears the McCanse name. It is our intention to always keep an attitude of acceptance and fairness alive in our community.”