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Tom Palmer appointed to serve on ACCG Board

Charter ACCG Board Member David Hendin has tendered his resignation from the board due to other obligations.

September 01, 2009

The ACCG Board of Directors has, with sadness and unanimous appreciation, accepted the resignation of Charter ACCG Board Member David Hendin. Mr. Hendin tendered his resignation due to other obligations but expressed his continued solidarity and belief in the principles under which the ACCG was founded. Under the guild Bylaws, the Board is empowered to appoint a replacement to serve out Mr. Hendin's term. In a unanimous consensus, the board has approved the nomination of Tom Palmer to serve the remainder of Hendin's term and Mr. Palmer has graciously accepted. Tom will also assume the position of Treasurer held my David Hendin since the founding of the guild in 2004.

Tom Palmer has long been a collector of ancient coins and is a very active member of the numismatic community. He will be familiar to many through his recent bid for a seat on the Board of Governors of the American Numismatic Association where he polled more than 2,000 votes in an exceptionally large field. Tom's background was mentioned briefly in an article posted here in which the ACCG endorsed his recent campaign. In addition to his role as Treasurer, Tom will be working directly with ACCG Affiliate Member organizations to improve direct communications and enrich the symbiotic relationship between these groups and the ACCG.

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