ABA Board, Foundation name new chairs

Posted on May 6, 2009

During its Spring Board of Directors meeting, the American Bus Association (ABA) Board of Directors elected Jim Jalbert as its chairman and Tom JeBran as its vice chairman, both for two-year terms. Also during the same meetings, the ABA Foundation named Doug Anderson as its new chairman.

Jalbert, president of C&J in Portsmouth, N.H., had previously served as vice chairman and was acting chairman since the resignation of Craig Lentzsch in February. New Vice Chairman JeBran is president of Trans-Bridge Lines Inc. in Bethlehem, Penn.

Meanwhile, Anderson, president of Anderson Coach & Travel in Greenville, Penn., succeeds Jot Bennett.

The ABA Board of Directors also elected George Maney, president of Coach America in Dallas, to the Board, and Dan Eisentrager, vice president of Coach America's Western Region, to a non-voting seat.

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