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Hall named to Currituck Chamber board

The Currituck Chamber of Commerce Board of the Directors has named Denise Hall, register of deeds of Currituck County, to an at large seat on the board.

Longtime Currituck County resident Hall was tapped by the chamber due to her community support and knowledge of the local community. Having worked for various municipalities, including an emergency operations manager, register of deeds for the county and small business owner, Hall brings  knowledge, leadership and a passion for business to the chamber.

Along with husband of 32 years Mike and daughter Kelsey, Hall has resided in Currituck for 20 years. In her time off, she enjoys working and showing her Irish setters and Chinese cresteds in dog shows around the state and the country.

Currently, Hall serves as a chamber ambassador as well as serving on the Currituck Education Foundation Board. She is a past member of the Currituck County Airport Advisory and Animal Lovers Assistance League boards. Hall is a former Currituck Chamber Presidents Award winner.

As register of deeds, Hall has worked with the County Veterans Advisory Board to identify and promote veteran-owned businesses.

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