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Roy Ray named to Great Lakes fund
Akron Beacon Journal
Published February 5th, 2005


AKRON - Gov. Bob Taft has appointed Bath Township resident Roy Ray as a director of the Great Lakes Protection Fund. He replaces Jeffrey M. Reutter, whose term expired.

A University of Akron business graduate, Ray is the vice president for business and finance and the chief financial officer for the university. He was a state senator for 16 years and Akron mayor for four. His term as director will extend through Oct. 11, 2006.

The Great Lakes Protection Fund is a private, nonprofit corporation that supports actions to improve the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem through loans, grants and other investments. Its board includes two governor-appointed representatives from each of seven member states.

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