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School board member Hall resigns; resumes sought for replacement

DAVISON – Davison School Board member Andrew Hall has resigned his trustee’s seat effective Feb. 13. Hall, who owns Digital Medics, cited personal reasons for his decisions.

He has served on the board since January 2015. “I have greatly enjoyed the cooperative experience of serving on the school board during my term and am thankful for your help and kindness along the way,” Hall said in his letter to Board President Kathy Sudia.

“I am honored to have worked alongside such a great group of people in the capacity of improving the school and its functions for our children and grandchildren and am grateful for your understanding.” “We will certainly miss Mr. Hall,” said Board President Kathy Sudia. “We wish him all the best.” “Growing up in a family that owned a business, I understand the time, energy and commitment that is involved in not only running the business but being an involved community member as well,” said Superintendent Eric Lieske. “Unfortunately, those obligations mean more time away from your family and I support Andrew in his decision that his family must come first.”

Since Hall’s term expires in November 2020, the Board of Education will appoint a replacement to fill the term until the November election.

Those interested in applying for the position should send or email a letter of interest and a resume to: Davison Community Schools, Att: Board Secretary Karen Conover, 1490 N. Oak Road, Davison MI 48423 or rricica@davisonschools.org.

Deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. Feb. 23. – G.G.

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