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OWAA elects Queneau second vice president and Miniuk-Sperry secretary

OWAA’s Board of Directors elected Paul Queneau, of Missoula, Montana, second vice president and Colleen Miniuk-Sperry, of Chandler, Arizona, secretary, on Thursday during its meeting in Billings, Montana.

Queneau is an editor at Bugle magazine. He joined OWAA in 2007 and has served on the Board of Directors. Most recently he was OWAA’s secretary, a position he’ll  hand-over to Miniuk-Sperry on Monday.

“I feel honored to serve with such an exceptional group of board members and to renew my commitment to this remarkable organization,” Queneau said.

Miniuk-Sperry is an award-winning photographer. She joined OWAA in 2010. Her three-year term on the Board of Directors ends Monday. During her tenure she received the Outstanding Board Member award twice.

“As my three-year board member term comes to an end, I’m both honored and thrilled to increase my commitment to an organization that has given so much to me, and to continue working with some of the most talented, inspiring people in our industry,” she said.

Queneau and Miniuk-Sperry officially take their new offices Monday, the same day Brett Prettyman, of Salt Lake City,  starts his term as OWAA’s new president. He replaces Lisa Ballard, of Red Lodge, Montana.

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