Members of the Crowley Chamber of Commerce have elected three new members to the 2018-19 Board of Directors and will be honored at the upcoming Annual Banquet on May 10, 2018.
Newly elected board members to serve a three year term beginning July 1, 2018 are Glenn Dailey, Acadia General Hospital; Kelli Dore, Lamm Family Care & Hospice; and Kyle Gordon, Gator Custom Graphix.
All are invited to join the Crowley Chamber on Thursday, May 10th at the Grand Opera House of the South for the Annual Banquet. The Chamber will be honoring the 2018 Business of the Year, Supreme Rice; Humanitarian of the Year, Stella Guidry; and Acadia Parish’s Outstanding Young Citizens as well as outgoing, current and incoming Chamber Board Members. A social hour with drinks and hor d’oeuvres will begin at 6pm with dinner to follow at 7pm. Tickets are available at the Chamber office, please give them a call and reserve your seat now, (337) 788-0177.
Glenn E. Dailey is the Associate Administrator of Acadia General Hospital (AGH), who has been a Chamber Member since the Chamber was formed in 1985. Prior to AGH, Glenn earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration, a Bachelors of Science in Radiologic Technology, a Certification in Nuclear Medicine, and is a proud graduate of Iota High School. He has served on the Notre Dame Advisory Council, the LSUE Advisory Council, is a member of the Optimist Club of Crowley and completed the Leadership Excel program. Since joining the Hospital, Glenn has been involved in a variety of Chamber activities including the Farmers’ Appreciation Dinner and the Chamber Annual Banquet. Glenn is married to Christy Carpenter Dailey and together they have 3 children (Grant, Sydnie, & Ryan).
Kelli Dore is the Director of Operations at Lamm Family Care Home Health & Hospice and has been a member of the Chamber since 2001. After graduating from Crowley High School, Kelli went on to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems/Database Administration with a concentration in Revenue Cycle Management. With Lamm Family Care, Kelli is a supporter of Greetings From Levy Park and takes part in the Chamber Gumbo Cook-Off. She is married to Tammy Hebert. They have one daughter, Payton, and one granddaughter, Mae’Lynn Pearl.
Kyle Gordon is the Owner of Gator Custom Graphix. Since joining the Chamber in 2008, Kyle has been involved in a number of Chamber events & activities through assisting in marketing & member development. His community involvement ranges from membership in the Kiwanis Club and Crowley Town Club to serving as a board member of the Grand Opera House. Kyle helped create the Greetings From Levy Park non-profit. Kyle earned an Associate’s Degree from LSU Eunice after graduating from Iota High School. He has one daughter, Lyla.