Mt. Soledad Memorial Association elects 2011 officers

2011 Officers of the Mount Soledad Memorial Association are, from left, William Kellogg, chairman/CEO; Bruce Bailey, president/COO; John Anderson, vice president, and Earl Van Inwegen, secretary. Photo: Courtesy

Press Release

The Mount Soledad Memorial Association has announced the election of officers for 2011.

Chairman and CEO, William J. Kellogg, an officer of the association since 1984, has been the moving force behind the creation and success of the Mount Soledad Veterans memorial walls.

The new president and chief operating officer is Bruce Bailey. As a trustee, and most recently serving as vice president, Bailey has served on multiple association committees and as master of ceremonies at several association events. He is a litigation attorney with the San Diego City Attorney’s office.

John Anderson, vice president of the association, serves as a chairman of the Association’s Veterans Committee and Major Events Committee. He also supervises the association office staff. Anderson was the association’s Veteran of the Year in 2010.

John Michaelson, treasurer, has been instrumental in expanding and strengthening the board of trustees and the financial position of the association. Michaelsen is president and CEO of Capital Growth Properties, Inc.

Brig. Gen. Earl Van Inwegen is secretary of the association and the 2011 association Veteran of the Year. Van Inwegen is one of the association’s primary plaque designers and serves on several committees. He is former president of the La Jolla Town Council.

For information about the association go to www.soledadmemorial.com.

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