Bennie Gamble, VP Nevada, pictured back row, second from left.

Devine is active in our communities, in our states and at the national level. Recently, as part of a delegation representing Nevada, Bennie Gamble (VP, Nevada) made a call on lawmakers in Washington DC.
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