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Illinois State board picks new chairman

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NORMAL, Ill. -- Illinois State University's trustees have elected a veteran board member as their new chairman.

Trustees voted Friday to make Rocky Donahue the new chairman. He replaces Michael McCuskey, who retired this month.

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According to The Pantagraph in Bloomington, Donahue said the board had long functioned as a team under McCuskey. He said he hopes to continue that kind of partnership.

Donahue is a 1982 graduate of Illinois State. He has been a member of the board for three years.

Donahue lives in Orland Park and is deputy executive director of external relations at Pace.

Illinois State's eight-seat board has two vacant positions. University leaders say they hope Gov. Pat Quinn appoints replacements soon.

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