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Area’s Most Influential Gather At Robinson Ranch

51oneThe Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal and The Signal named its “51” most influential people during a dinner at Robinson Ranch Thursday night.

KHTS co-owners Carl and Jeri Goldman were among those honored at the event, where the accomplishments and community contributions of those on the list were highlighted.


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The winners, in order:

1. Ken Pulskamp

2. Michael D. Antonovich

3. Howard P “Buck” McKeon

4. Dianne Van Hook

5. Marsha McLean

6. Cameron Smyth

7. Bob Kellar

8. Don & Cheri Fleming

9. Laurie Ender

10. Greg McWilliams

11. Laurene Weste

12. Scott Wilk

13. Bruce Fortine & Gloria Mercado Fortine

14. Ken Striplin

15. Paul Becker

16. Bill Niccum

17. Roger Seaver

18. James Hicken

19. Marlee Lauffer

20. Dan Masnada

21. Frank Ferry

22. Robert Challinor

23. Bob Haueter

24. Dena Maloney

25. Gail Ortiz

26. Frank DiTomaso

27. Rick Patterson

28. Moe & Linda Hafizi

29. John Heys

30. Mike Quick

31. Wayne Crawford

32. Jeanna Crawford

33. Bill & Cathy Kennedy

34. Tim Burkhardt

35. Marc Winger

36. Rosalind Wayman

37. Julie Benson

38. Casey Kirkman

39. Harold & Jacquie Petersobn

40. John O’Connell & Kevin Tamura

41. Joe Caso

42. Arthur Sohikian

43. Darrell Paulk & Lois Bauccio

44. Jim Ventress

45. Cary Quashen

46. Maria Gutzeit

47. Carl Goldman & Jeri Seratti Goldman

48. B.J. Atkins

49. Chris Angelo

50. Michael DeLorenzo

51. Richard & Marian Sandnes

Area’s Most Influential Gather At Robinson Ranch

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