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My Town: New role for former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land
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My Town: New role for former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land

GRANDVILLE, Mich.-- After a failed run for the senate, Terry Land has found a new leadership role.

The former Secretary of State recently joined the board of directors for Legacy Trust and the Legacy Trust Holding Company.  The company is an independent, locally-owned trust bank focused on wealth management.  Land will lend more than two decades of experience in leadership, management and public service to the 11-member board of business leaders and executives.

“We are very pleased to welcome Terri to our board,” said William Walker, CEO of Legacy Trust.  “She has strong roots in West Michigan and solid connections throughout the state.  A committed public servant and business leader, Terri brings tremendous expertise and insight to her new role with us.

“As we look to continue Legacy’s growth, Terri will be able to provide the direction and leadership we need to expand our successes.”

Land served as Secretary of State from 2003 to 2010, improving state services during turbulent financial times that called for cuts.  The Grandville native previously served as Kent County Clerk from 1992 to 2000.  In 2011, she and her son launched Green Light Management, renovating and managing properties in the Greater Grand Rapids and Wyoming areas.

Land says she is delighted to join the board.  The Hope College graduate already serves on the boards of Gift of Life of Michigan, Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services, Inc. and Broadway Grand Rapids. 

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