Tony Ketchum has joined the Twin Transit Board, following the retirement of Chad Taylor. A Lewis County resident of 50 years, Ketchum is dedicated to helping our community thrive. In addition to serving on the Twin Transit Board, Ketchum is also a Chehalis City Council Member and sits on the boards of Visiting Nurses, Hope Alliance, Lewis County Historical Museum, and the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce. He has also spent a great deal of time volunteering as a coach for youth soccer, baseball and basketball, and giving back through his local church.
“I just always wanted to do more,” Ketchum said. “I’ve been involved with city government for 25 years and I believe in giving back where you can. I like helping people.”
Ketchum believes strongly in working together for the benefit of all. “My goal is to get all the communities in Lewis County working together as one,” he said. “None of us can be an island – we need all of us to succeed.”
That’s one reason Ketchum is excited to be part of the Twin Transit team. “They’re moving in the right direction,” he said. “There’s a lot of positive talk and outlook, and I’d like to be a part of that. I want Twin Transit to continue to grow, be productive, and serve our community.”