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Placer SPCA Announces 2014 Board of Directors





Roseville, CA - The Placer SPCA announced the election of its 2014 Officers and the installation of a new board member.

Al Johnson, retired City Manager with the City of Roseville and Consultant and Owner of Al Johnson Consulting, will serve as Board President in 2014.  

Johnson has served as a board member for Placer SPCA since 2012. His passion for the Placer SPCA mission combined with his deep-ties in the Roseville community make him invaluable to the organization.

Other officers include President Elect Mike Shellito of Shellito Training and Consulting; Past President John Mason, Attorney at Law; Treasurer Sheila Cardno, wealth advisor of Spectrum Financial; Secretary Mark Davis, president of Sierra View Construction; and Appointee Director at Large Jim Gray, former Mayor for the City of Roseville.

New appointee to the Placer SPCA Board of Directors is life-long resident of Roseville, Denise Fiddyment.

Each member of the Placer SPCA board has the opportunity to serve two three-year terms.

              "The Placer SPCA has a 15-member board comprised of some of the most well-respected and professional individuals throughout Placer County," said Placer SPCA CEO, Leilani Fratis.  The Board of Directors is responsible for guiding the mission and vision of the organization and other fiduciary responsibilities. "They serve a very important role to the organization," said Fratis.


The Placer SPCA, founded in 1973, is Placer County's source for local companion animal welfare expertise. The organization operates the Companion Animal Care Center located at 150 Corporation Yard Road in Roseville, the Pet Adoption and Resource Center located at 1482 Grass Valley Highway in Auburn and the satellite Cat Adoption Center in Pet Food Express at Fountains in Roseville. Additionally, the Placer SPCA operates a Thrift Store located at 931 Washington Boulevard in Roseville with proceeds benefiting their programs and services. For more information, please visit www.placerspca.org or call (916) 782-7722 or (530) 885-7387.





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