ANA Board of Govenors Candidate Forum 2013 – New Orleans Money Show

ana election forum thumb ANA Board of Govenors Candidate Forum 2013   New Orleans Money ShowThe American Numismatic Association has elections every two years to elect a president, vice president and a board of nine governors.

This election for ANA has a field of 14 candidates running for the board of governors.

The office of president and vice president have single candidates running unopposed.

Hear the positions of this large slate of candidates who hope to run the largest coin collector organization in the United States.

Presented in Alphabetical Order

Candidate: Gary Adkins


Candidate: Scott Barman


Candidate: Steve D’Ippolito


Candidate: Michael Ellis


Candidate: Jeffrey Garrett


Candidate:: William Hyder


Candidate:: Richard Jozefiak


Candidate:: Gregory Lyon


Candidate:: Thomas Mulvaney


Candidate: Walter Ostromecki


Candidate: Oded Paz


Candidate: Ralph Ross


Candidate: Scott Rottinghaus


Candidate: Laura Sperber


Candidate: Jeffrey Swindling


Candidate: Jeffrey Wuller

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ANA National Money Show New Orleans

With its unique culture, rich numismatic history and eagerness to show its visitors a good time, New Orleans is the perfect host for the 2013 National Money Show. By day, enjoy all that the show has to offer:

  • • The big bourse with an equally big inventory fit for the Big Easy
  • • The signature Museum Showcase, featuring rarities from the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum and private collections
  • • The Money Talks lecture series
  • • The ANA Mobile Archives, where visitors can hold historical documents right in their hands
  • • Hands-on educational opportunities for adults and kids

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  1. Cecilia Shevlin says:

    Notice in Oded Paz’s closing statement Mr. Ostromecki is not present. He is running unopposed so he must not think it important enough to stick around for the remainder of the forum. I can not remember exactly when he left, but he did not return.

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