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Chattanooga Chamber saddened by loss of Board member

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Olivier LeMaitre, the CEO of the Chattanooga Community Kitchen, passed away yesterday.

LeMaitre served as a member of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Board and was President-Elect of the International Business Council.

LeMaitre had previously worked alongside Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly as the CFO and Vice President of Sales for the Chattanooga Football Club.

Mayor Kelly extended his condolences on Twitter, yesterday afternoon.

 

His family have been sharing updates on the Caring Bridge website since his heart attack on October 2.

You can extend condolences to the family here.

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