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Vinton Cerf Elected and Paul Vixie Re-elected to the ARIN Board of Trustees

Vinton Cerf has been elected and Paul Vixie has been re-elected to the ARIN Board of Trustees. Each will serve a three-year term commencing 1 January 2011.

The ARIN Board of Trustees congratulates Vinton and Paul.

The Board thanks Aaron Hughes and Lee Howard for their participation as candidates in the election and encourages their continued participation in the ARIN community. The Board would also like to thank Lee Howard for his service and contributions during his tenure on the Board.

ARIN would also like to congratulate the individuals elected to the ARIN Advisory Council: Martin Hannigan and Chris Grundemann have been elected, and Cathy Aronson, Owen DeLong, and Scott Leibrand have been re-elected. All five will serve three-year terms commencing 1 January 2011.

The ARIN Board of Trustees wishes to thank Jim Deleskie, David Divins, Wes George, Gary Giesen, William Herrin, Andrew Mentges, John Springer, and Tom Zeller for their participation as candidates in the election and looks forward to their continued involvement in ARIN's activities. The Board would also like to thank Tom Zeller for his service and contributions during his term as a member of the Advisory Council.

Regards,

John Curran
President and CEO
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

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By John Curran, President and CEO at American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

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