News

David Hull steps down as Abbotsford Chamber executive director

David D. Hull has been suspended as the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce executive director with pay until further notice. - John Van Putten
David D. Hull has been suspended as the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce executive director with pay until further notice.
— image credit: John Van Putten

David Hull, executive director of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce has resigned.

The move came after the chamber’s board of directors, on June 23,  requested, received and accepted the resignation.

“Hull was suspended with pay on June 3, 2011 pending an inquiry by the board,” said Patrick Giesbrecht, chamber president.

“I am unable to comment further on the circumstances surrounding Hull’s resignation at this time.”

Hull has been with the chamber for the past six years. No replacement has been named.

“The Abbotsford Chamber is continuing in its commitment to move forward with  our mission to represent, serve and connect present and future members to build and sustain a thriving business community,” said Giesbrecht.

We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.

You might like ...

Fraser Health scales down mobile flu shot clinics
 
UPDATE: No major security changes at Abbotsford airport after Parliament Hill shooting
 
Abbotsford mayor is open to needle exchange
COLUMN: A lesson in need for preparedness
 
Election 2014: Banman changes mind on mayoral meeting no-show
 
One last holdup on B.C. railway tracks
Election 2014: Candidates hit social media and web
 
Two badly hurt while helping stranded driver
 
Plywood homeless cabins dismantled by city

Community Events, October 2014

Add an Event

Read the latest eEdition

Browse the print edition page by page, including stories and ads.

Oct 24 edition online now. Browse the archives.