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Chamber Board of Directors

GLMV Board of Directors (L to R) Bottom Row: Immediate Past President James Butler, JHB Technology Consulting*; Treasurer Sue Witz, BIK & CO, LLP; Chairman Marty Rafter, Baird & Warner Lake County; Vice Chair Diane Phillips, Community High School District 128; Middle Row: Bruce Himmelblau, Blue Sky Video Productions*; Rich Moras, Village of Libertyville; Galina Veksler, MB Financial Bank; Mike Babicz, Roth Sales Enhancers; Steve Bowman, Express Employment Professionals*; Top Row: Dave Martin, MRA – The Management Association; Chris Vicik, Advocate Condell Medical Center; Karen Lavris; Glacier Ice Arena; John Lobaito, Village of Mundelein; Joe Carey, Village of Vernon Hills. Not shown: Don Peterson, Village of Green Oaks

*Platinum Members

Marty Rafter, Baird & Warner – Lake County

Vice Chairman
Diane Phillips, Community High School District 128

Sue Witz, BIK & CO, LLP

Bruce Himmelblau, Blue Sky Video*

Past Chairman
Jim Butler, JHB Technology Consulting, Inc. *

Michael Babicz, Roth Sales Enhancers
Steve Bowman, Express Employment Professionals*
John Kalmar, Village of Vernon Hills
Karen Lavris, Glacier Ice Arena
John Lobaito, Village of Mundelein
Dave Martin, MRA – The Management Association
Rich Moras, Village of Libertyville
Don Peterson, Village of Green Oaks
Galina Veksler, MB Financial Bank
Christine Vicik, Advocate Condell Medical Center

GLMV Chamber of Commerce
1123 S. Milwaukee Ave.
Libertyville, IL 60048
(847) 680-0750

Executive Director Ray Mullen
Public Relations/Marketing Director Carol Levin
Office Coordinator Amy Glover

The contiguous villages of Green Oaks, Libertyville, Mundelein and Vernon Hills nestle in the wooded lake-lands of northern Illinois – right in the heart of Lake County. Close to the amenities of metropolitan Chicago and Milwaukee, they enjoy a more relaxed suburban lifestyle amid nature’s four season splendor. A complete spectrum of housing styles and types fill the neighborhoods, offering something for everyone, ranging from brick bungalows in established neighborhoods to fine homes on estate acreage. Some streets have turn-of-the century homes and other areas with newer subdivisions. Apartments, condominiums, townhouses as well as starter homes are available, as well as facilities for retirement living. Many continue to move to the area, which is known for its quality schools, vibrant downtowns and strong neighborhoods.

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