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Business & Education
Thu November 29, 2012
3 Finalists Picked for Presidency of AIDB
A screening committee has picked three finalists for the presidency of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind.
Trustees will interview John Mascia, a vice president at the school; Larry Taub, an administrator at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf; and Tyrone Yarbrough, superintendent of the Department of Youth Services school at Mt. Meigs.
The institute says the interviews will be conducted Dec. 3 on the campus in Talladega.
The board is looking for a replacement for Terry Graham, who is retiring Feb. 1. He has served as president of the school for the last decade.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.