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May 7, 2009 Frank Rosello Vice President & Region Small Business Sales Manager Texas-Metro Region & Southwest Region Bank of America Delivered via electronic mail Dear Frank: T must regrettably inform the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber Board of Directors (Chamber) and the Chamber stall that I tenured my resignation as a board director on Tuesday, May 5, 2009. Rest assured that until the last week, my time at the Chamber has been a delight and the best part of the outreach activities I participate in, in our great community. Unfortunately a candidate for the Chamber's President and CEO position has seen fit to tarnish my good name and work, by making false accusations about my actions and questioning my character. While these allegations are patently false, I have chosen to resign to prevent any further distractions to the Chamber's selection process. Furthermore, underhanded attempts have been made to interfere with my livelihood, which is unacceptable ‘My resignation is in no part a reflection of the Board of Directors as a whole; you have proven over and over again that integrity, the democratic process and consensus should rule our actions. I will always be proud to have been your associate and colleague. Tam confident that my path will cross with all of you. All the, theresa A. Flores CC: Albert A. Flores, Attorney at Law GDHCE Board of Directors Yolanda Tafoya, COO, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Bertha Outler, Vice President, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Loretta Haldenwang, Director, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce ‘Audrey Palacios, Director, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Staff, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce