JUNEAU (AP) -- Sealaska shareholders returned four incumbents to the company's board of directors at an annual meeting Saturday in Craig.
Shareholders re-elected Anchorage attorney Patrick Anderson, Ketchikan boat operator and businessman Joseph Demmert Jr., Kake commercial fisherman and charter-boat operator Clarence Jackson Sr., and Jacqueline Johnson of Fairfax, Va., who is executive director of the National Congress of American Indians.
The four will serve three-year terms on the 13-member board for Sealaska, Southeast Alaska's regional Native corporation.
Board members re-elected state Rep. Albert Kookesh of Angoon as chairman and Rosita Worl of Juneau as vice chairwoman.
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