Workers expect their defined contribution plans to play a greater role in their retirement income than annuities.
April 11--The Community Foundation of South Puget Sound has elected Rebecca Staebler, owner of HUBBUB in downtown Centralia, to its board of directors.
Staebler joins the board of 19 members from Thurston, Lewis and Mason counties -- the area the foundation serves by connecting donors with causes and organizations looking to raise funds.
The Community Foundation's 2014 board officers are Olympia Federal Savings Bank CEO Lori Drummnd, president; retired insurance executive and author Bob Buhl, vice chair; Armour Vickerman Principal Sue Vickerman, treasurer; community leader Stefani Parsons, secretary; and Artifacts Inc. member Mary Thompson as past chair.
The Community Foundation of South Puget Sound supports causes ranging from education to the environment, including youth development, the arts, family support, healthcare and more.
For more information on the organization, visit www.thecommunityfoundation.com or call (360) 705-3340.
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