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JBT Backs Chairman for Second Term

Apr 4, 2017 8:20 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... The Jewelers Board of Trade (JBT) has reelected Todd Wolleman as chairman for another year, the industry organization said.

Wolleman (pictured), of New York-based colored-stone specialist Leo Wolleman, was first voted in a year ago and received backing for a second term at meetings in February and March, the JBT said Monday.

Following the elections, Michael Kaplan of New York’s Rocket Jewelry Box will remain as first vice chairman, while Ann Arnold of Arnold Advisory Group in Norwood, New Jersey, will stay on as second vice chairman. Kaplan was also reelected to the JBT board for a two-year term.

Anthony Capuano, meanwhile, remains president and is also serving as treasurer. Brenda Pimentel has been reelected as secretary.

The following people have been newly elected to the JBT board for a two-year term:

Jeffery Corey of H. E. Murdock Company, Waterville, Maine
Michael Pelto of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company, Neenah, Wisconsin
Richard Seufert of HSBC Bank USA, Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Along with Kaplan, the following people were reelected to the JBT board for a two-year term:

Danielle Ingwer Cohen of Leo Ingwer Inc., New York
Brian Fleming of Carla Corporation, East Providence, Rhode Island
Kevin Green of Seiko Corporation of America, Mahwah, New Jersey
Richard Katz of Richline Group, Mount Vernon, New York
Avi Raz of A & Z Pearls, Los Angeles
Pinny Rubin of Quality Gold, Fairfield, Ohio
Tags: Ann Arnold , appointments, Arnold Advisory Group, Brenda Pimentel, elections, jbt, jewelers board of trade, Michael Kaplan, Rapaport News, Rocket Jewelry Box, Todd Wolleman, trade bodies
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