Meet the 2013 Board
George went in to the insurance business in 1956 in San Francisco, with the Travelers Insurance Company.  He joined a San Francisco insurance brokerage firm in 1969 and was responsible for the worldwide insurance program for the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation of Oakland. After a couple of other moves he ended up as Underwriting VP for The Insurance Company of the West in San Diego.   In 1980 George decided to return to his home state and bought a small insurance agency in Hailey.  When he sold the agency in 1995, to "retire," he had built it into one of the 10 largest in Idaho.  George moved to Salmon to be far enough from Hailey that his wife wouldn't come home from her children's clothing store to find a couple of grandkids on the front porch waiting for her to baby sit...yet still close enough to go visit them. George considers himself now more "retired" than in past years.
George Miley, President
Dr. graduated from Life Chiropractic College West with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree after completing undergraduate studies in Washington and Louisiana.  Her first two years in practice were spent at Chiropractic in Auburn, WA.  In 2006 she married her LCCW classmate, Dr. Lance Ingwersen and moved to Salmon Idaho, where together they opened Salmon River Chiropractic.  Since opening their business both Doctors have been involved in multiple community organizations.  Dr. loves to play volleyball and enjoys spending time with her family, especially her little boy and girl, Cash and Evi.  
Dr. Jennifer , Stetson Representative
Salmon River Chiropractic

The Salmon Valley Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization whose goal is to generate support for and promote the well-being of its member businesses in the Greater Salmon Valley.

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Wayne Talmadge, Treasurer
Salmon Valley Business and Innovation Center
Jamie Wilcox
Main Street Cards and Gifts and Floral Plaza
Wayne has lived in the Salmon community for 20 years. He earned a degree
 in Forestry from Syracuse University and has spent most of his life working 
in the woods in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. In the past 10 years, with his wife Connie, he has owned and operated an electronics business, a gym 
and currently a web-based business. Wayne has been active in the community for the past 11 years serving as Chairman of the Salmon Urban Renewal Agency, board member of the Lemhi County Economic Development Association, Rural Idaho Outreach Partnership, working with the Sacajawea Center, the Salmon Arts Council, Chamber of Commerce and other organizations. For the past five years he has served as the Business Manager of the Salmon Valley Business and Innovation Center where he manages the operations and oversees the finances of several organizations, entities and projects.
Jamie was born and raised in Salmon and delivered mail for the USPS for over
 nine years. When the opportunity to buy her own business arose, she decided to go for it and become a small business owner. Main Street Cards and Gifts 
opened in November, 2010. Jamie added the Floral Plaza to the store in January 
of 2012 and with the help of her florists she is gradually learning about flowers 
and how to arrange them. She is married, has five children and tries to attend
 as many sporting events that her boys compete in as possible. Jamie loves to
 exercise, bake and spend time with her family.
Charleane Hermosillo moved to St. Anthony, ID in 1993 where she graduated high school in 2001, and moved on to start college at Idaho State University. She became a mother to her daughter in 2007. She then decided to move to Boise the following year for big change and opportunity. There she worked as an assistant Project Manager for one of the largest resource companies in Idaho. In 2010 she obtained her Bail Surety License and self contracted as a licensed Bail Bond Agent. She loves sports,snowboarding and is an avid softball player. She cannot wait to check out all the wonderful recreational sports Salmon has to offer.
Charleane Hermosillo
Executive Director