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UW Board Of Trustees See 3 New Members

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Three new people have joined the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

Dave True, of Casper, Larry Gubbels, of Douglas and Wava Tully, of Lusk, were appointed by Gov. Matt Mead and approved by the state Senate. They replace Ann Rochelle, Jim Neiman and James Trosper, whose terms expired.

All three new trustees’ terms will run through 2019.

True is an energy, banking and agricultural businessman. Gubbels is retired car dealership owner. And Tully is a retired teacher.

Current board President David Bostrom of Worland was reappointed by Mead. His term also runs through 2019.

The UW trustees oversee general policies governing the university and provide board oversight for academic policies and the general welfare of UW students.

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