Roos elected to MCEDC board

 
Updated 9/10/2019 10:07 AM

MCHENRY -- McHenry County Economic Development Corp. the regional economic development entity for McHenry County, recently elected Colleen Roos of CMR Benefits Group, Inc., to its board of directors.

Roos is managing director/principal of CMR Benefits Group, Inc. which is an employee benefits consulting and brokerage firm in Crystal Lake. With over 30 years of experience in the benefits arena, Roos has knowledge of designing employer sponsored benefit programs unique to the client that keep the employer's bottom line in mind while providing access to quality care for their employees.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"We welcome Colleen to our board and look forward to her leadership and experience knowing the complexities of our health care delivery system as we work together to grow the economy of McHenry County," said MCEDC Chairman Mark

Roos joins the other MCEDC directors: Chairman Mark Saladin, Zanck Coen Wright & Saladin PC; Vice Chairman Brad Heldt, Home State Bank; Secretary Mark Steadman, Stan's LPS Midwest; Treasurer Keith Hogan, Crystal Lake Bank & Trust; Peter Austin, McHenry County; Dr. Clinton Gabbard, McHenry County College; Jennifer Hall, Mercy Health System; Sharmella Harris, Scot Forge; Dave Johnson, village of Huntley; John McCann, ComEd; Jim Ringness, Northwest Herald; Mike Skala, Innovative Component Sales and County Liaison Stephan Ballot, FLOCON Inc.; Jill Dinsmore, JA Frate; and David Overbeeke, Brake Parts Inc

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