Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Director Tim O’Donoghue announced plans to resign from that post Thursday. O’Donoghue says he wants to have more time to spend with family – especially his aging parents who live in the eastern US. During his tenure, O’Donoghue led the Chamber into a solid financial position, new strategically located offices on the Town Square, a successful campaign to pass the Lodging Tax, a four-star accreditation and nationally-recognized Chamber of Commerce in the highest two percent of all Chambers of Commerce nationwide, record levels of membership, and most recently, world-wide recognition for Teton County as one of the top sustainable tourism destinations. O’Donoghue says he has no intention of disappearing from the chamber scene entirely. The Chamber plans to conduct its search for O’Donoghue’s replacement through a Search Committee led by Kevin Olson and Board Chair-Elect Jim Waldrop. In the meantime, O’Donoghue has agreed to continue to serve as the Chamber’s Executive Director through the summer.