Creason elected LCSC Foundation president
Marsha Creason is the new president of the Lewis-Clark State College Foundation. Creason has been a Foundation board member since 2006. She is the office manager at Creason, Moore, Dokken & Geidl, PLLC.
Other newly-elected officers include Brad Cannon, vice president, and Liz Chavez, secretary. Cannon has been a Foundation board member since 2008 and is owner and president of Cannon's Building Material Center, Inc. Chavez has also been a Foundation board member since 2008 and is a retired school teacher and former Idaho legislator.
Mike Ripley from 4-K Radio is the immediate past president.
Robert Clifford was elected as a new Foundation board member. He recently moved back to the valley to join his father, Richard Clifford, at CA Financial Services.
All terms are two years and begin July 1.
The LCSC Foundation is in the final phase of Campaign LCSC. The goal is to raise $12 million. To date, $10.5 million has been raised.
For more information about the LCSC Foundation: LCSC Foundation or contact Mary Hasenoehrl, LCSC Director of College Advancement, at 208.792.2458 or email@example.com.