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Adkins Announces Run for ANA President

Gary AdkinsGary Adkins, current Vice President and three term board member of the American Numismatic Association announced today that he will run for the office of President of the organization.

“The ANA has made a great deal of progress over the past few years, especially under the Presidency of Jeff Garrett and the current Board, as well as our Executive Director, Kim Kiick. I want to continue that forward momentum and do what I can to improve our services and commitments to members, dealers and the numismatic community in general”.

Diehl, Adkins, and Allen Honored with Service Award

Deihl, Adkins, and Allen Honored with Service AwardICTA chairman Philip Diehl and board members Gary Adkins and Greg Allen were honored during the Industry Council for Tangible Assets membership and board of directors’ dinner in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 4 as the recipients of the annual Diane Piret Memorial Outstanding Service Award.

ICTA Welcomes New Team Member

Jonathon VillavicencioThe Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is expanding its team with legal and legislative-affairs expertise. Effective October 3, Jonathon Villavicencio (Sacramento, California) became the association’s legislative-affairs coordinator.

John brings ICTA his expansive knowledge of legislative and regulatory processes, having spent the past two years working as a legislative/regulatory consultant for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to national associations.

ICTA Recognized for Exemplary Service

David Crenshaw and Kathy McFadden receive the ANA Exemplary Service Award from ANA governor Steve Ellsworth (right). The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) received the Exemplary Service Award for advocacy on behalf of the numismatic hobby, presented on August 11 at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Anaheim, California.

ICTA Names New Officers

ICTA chairman Philip N. DiehlAt its Board of Directors meeting last week in Anaheim, California, the Industry Council for Tangible Assets installed its new officers for 2016–2018.

Former U.S. Mint director Philip N. Diehl, currently the president of U.S. Money Reserve in Austin, Texas, was named as the new chairman. Diehl served on the ICTA board for many years prior to being named chair.

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