Chris Stec Resigns as ACA COO

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After nine years in the position, Christopher Stec announced his resignation effective in March 2019 from his job as Chief Operating Officer at the American Canoe Association. In his resignation letter, Stec stated he was grateful for everything accomplished by staff and members of the American Canoe Association since his beginnings with the organization, and was unavailable for further comment. In other association news, After nine years of working with Paddle Canada, Graham Ketcheson, the organization’s Executive Director, has resigned from his position. He will be taking a managing position at Owl Rafting on the Ottawa River.

 

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