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ESD 112 board member Patricia Kellogg resigns

The Columbian

Patricia “Trish” C. Kellogg recently resigned from the Educational Service District 112 board of directors.

Kellogg, CEO and president of her own businesses, was appointed to the Region 4 position of the board in 2011. In a news release, the district noted that she helped oversee dramatic growth and change for the regional service providers.

The district expanded early learning services, opened its first behavioral day treatment center, purchased properties and hired current Superintendent Tim Merlino.

“I loved serving on the board and had so many rewarding experiences,” Kellogg said in the news release. “I know the ESD will continue to do great work in the future, and I will always be proud to have been part of its journey.”

Recruitment for a new board member to fill Kellogg’s position, which includes Ridgefield and northern Vancouver, will begin immediately.

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