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Welcoming Jim Beaudoin: Our New Executive Director

Updated: Feb 18, 2022

After wishing Dell Deierling a happy retirement, we're excited to welcome Jim Beaudoin to serve as our new Executive Director of the Marysville Community Food Bank!

In his own words —


I want to begin with a huge thank you to all the wonderful people here at the MCFB. You have made me feel very welcomed. I realize just how lucky MCFB was to have a leader like Dell Deierling. The pride that everyone exhibits when serving our neighbors in need is very evident and only comes from great leadership that sacrifices, nurtures and guides those around them. I want to thank the Board led by Ty for the opportunity to serve. Their belief in the service to others that the MCFB provides, and can continue to provide going forward, is inspiring.

A little bit about me. I have served in nonprofit management for 25 years, the last ten years in Hunger Relief. I genuinely believe that providing a consistent source of healthy nutritious food to those in need is one building block to affecting a positive change in our society with its many challenges.

Finally, I want to thank Amy and Michelle for being helpful, knowledgeable, and always willing to help our volunteers and serve our neighbors in need.

I look forward to getting to know you all and discussing how we can help each other serve our neighbors in need with compassion, dignity, and respect.

Enjoy the day!

Jim Beaudoin

Executive Director

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Jul 30, 2022

Thanks for doing such a good job with your team of workers! I would only ask that the men directing the traffic of cars into the food bank would be more watchful as we had four lines go a head of us today in the church parking lot and they were at least a half hour behind us. Also the traffic volunteers are instructing the drivers to come way to close to the cars in front of them. There was almost an accident today when some drivers were instructed to back out of the line to take other parking places. Just some advice for safety and again thank you for your service!

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