The Port of Stockton’s seven-member board of commissioners has elected Stephen Griffen chairman. He was also re-elected to the board by Stockton City Council members.
Victor Mow was also elected vice chairman, and Michael Patrick Duffy was elected as a new board member by the Stockton City Council, replacing W. Ronald Coale.
Griffen was first appointed to the board in January 2009. He has been the owner of Country Club Service and Bob’s Lube since 1984 and also owns Country Club Smog. He has worked as a longshoremen since 1977.
Mow is a retired supervisor on the Board of San Joaquin County, where he served for eight years, including two years as chairman. Before being appointed to the California port’s board, he was elected for two terms on the Stockton City Council. He is also a former vice mayor.
New board member Duffy serves as president and CEO of the Financial Center Credit Union in Stockton.