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Haines, Wombacher join KNIB board

November 20, 2013

Victoria M. Haines

Victoria M. Haines

The Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) Board of Directors has added two community members, Victoria M. Haines of Rockford and Jason Wombacher of Byron, Ill. Haines is assistant general counsel for UTC Aerospace Systems, Rockford; Wombacher is a specialist in property, casualty and workers’ compensation at Williams-Manny Insurance, also in Rockford.

KNIB Chairman Bob McCreath said, “We welcome Tori and Jason to our organization and look forward to their committee input and ideas as we plan our second quarter-century of service to the region.”

Haines is a graduate of the IIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1989. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University in environmental health. Locally, her interests include participating in the District 205/UW “I Read” program, and she loves to mountain bike.

A native of Iowa, Wombacher is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he majored in marketing and played varsity golf. A former assistant pro at Timber Pointe Golf Club in Poplar Grove, Ill., he also served as general manager at

Jason Wombacher

Jason Wombacher

Silver Ridge Golf Course in Oregon, Ill. Wombacher’s community activities include coaching youth sports teams in which his children are involved.

For 25 years, KNIB has served the stateline community by offering educational programs promoting the reduction of waste, increased reuse and recycling to preserve natural resources for future generations. For more about recycling events or to volunteer, call (815) 637-1343, visit the website at, or like the organization’s page on Facebook:

From the Nov. 20-26, 2013, issue

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