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ClearWay Minnesota(SM) Board Approves New Officers
Date:9/16/2009

MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Today ClearWay Minnesota's Board of Directors approved new officers, introduced new Board Members and thanked outgoing members for their service to the organization. David Fisher, Principal of law firm The General Counsel, Ltd., was elected as the new Board Chair. The full roster of Board Officers elected today includes:

  • David Fisher, Board Chair - An attorney and businessman specializing in board/management governance, business transactions, risk management and government relations, Fisher previously served as Minnesota Commissioner of Administration and Technology. He will serve a two-year term as Board Chair.
  • Vernae Hasbargen, Vice Chair - Hasbargen is the former Director of Legislative Action for the Minnesota Rural Education Association. She will serve a one-year term as Vice Chair.
  • Dr. Ivan Dusek, Secretary - Dusek, a former college educator, actor and director, has served on numerous committees, task forces and the Board of Trustees for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. He will serve his second one-year term as Secretary.
  • Jim Deal, Treasurer - Deal is the Chairman of NAU Country Insurance Company, Lightyear NAU Acquisition Company and NAU Holding Company. He will serve a one-year term as Treasurer.

Fisher replaces M. Patricia Hoven, who served as Chair for the past year. Under her leadership, ClearWay Minnesota marked its 10th anniversary and embarked on an ambitious planning process to create a vision for the organization's future.

"During Pat Hoven's tenure as ClearWay Minnesota Board Chair, Minnesota saw its adult smoking rate reach a historic low of 17 percent," said Fisher. "I look forward to building upon that momentum as we strive to further reduce the devastating human and financial impact of tobacco
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