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Perry reappoints Harry Crumpacker to TWU Board of Regents
Gov. Rick Perry has announced the reappointment of Harry L.
Crumpacker II of Prosper to the Texas Woman’s University
Board of Regents.
whose original appointment was set to expire in February,
will take over the remaining term of former regent Sharon
Venable of Dallas, who resigned from the board last year.
Mr. Crumpacker’s current appointment expires Feb. 1,
“I look forward
to continuing to serve Texas in what I consider one of the
state’s most vital services to its citizens —
providing a quality higher education for the workforce of
the future,” Mr. Crumpacker said.
was first appointed as a TWU regent in 2003 and has served
as the chair and presiding officer of the TWU Board of Regents
“I am very
pleased with the reappointment of our board chair,”
said TWU Chancellor Ann Stuart. “Mr. Crumpacker’s
contributions will continue to be immeasurable as we look
ahead to the completion of a new science building in Denton
and the construction of the new TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute
of Health Sciences-Dallas Center.”
is the retired chief executive officer for the Morrison Milling
Company in Denton. He is a board member of the Community Council
of Greater Dallas, the Texas Food and Fiber Commission and
the Alliance for Higher Education. He has previously served
on the boards of the North American Millers’ Association
and the United Way of Denton County. Mr. Crumpacker received
a bachelor’s degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia
and a master’s degree from American University in Washington,
is subject to confirmation by the Texas Senate.
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