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Longtime ESD 112 board member steps down

By , Columbian staff writer

Former ESD 112 board chair Ann Campbell resigned from her seat as a board member after 27 years of service, the district announced on Thursday.

In addition to two stints as board president, Campbell served as legislative representative to the board, and Association of Educational Service Districts executive board president in 2001.

In their Jan. 25 meeting, the ESD 112 board agreed to award Campbell the Distinguished Service Award at their February meeting. Her name will be placed on the flagpole outside the ESD 112 district office.

“Ann has been a model board member and a staple on the ESD 112 board of directors,” said ESD 112 Superintendent Tim Merlino. “I have had the privilege of working with Ann for many years, I am truly thankful for her dedication to the schools she represents and she will be dearly missed.”

ESD 112’s board of directors will begin recruiting a replacement for Campbell immediately.

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