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SALEM, Ore. – Community leaders Gary Nelson, Brad Tedrow, and Brant Wolf recently were elected to the Marion & Polk Schools Credit Union Supervisory Committee. Gary Nelson, a retired Salem businessman and MaPS member since 1988, was elected chairman of the committee. He has been a Supervisory Committee member since 2000, holding member, vice chair, acting chair, and previous chair positions. Prior to his retirement in 1999, Nelson owned and operated a Salem business, FURNITURE by Design. He previously held Food Service Manager positions at Willamette University, the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West, and Eastern Montana College and owned a number of businesses. He holds a Bachelor Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology and graduated from a number of food management and business courses. Active in the community, he served as chairman of his school board, parish council vice-chair, and is a National Advisory Council to Conoco member. Brad Tedrow, elected vice-chair, is Chemeketa Community College’s Grant and Contract Coordinator and worked with the Mid-Willamette Jobs Council. Tedrow also was appointed to a full three-year term on the Supervisory Committee. Brant Wolf, elected Supervisory Committee secretary, is executive vice-president of the Oregon Telecommunications Association. His background includes employment with the Oregon Bankers Association and Manager of the Oregon Mortgage Bankers Association.

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