Vanderburg Announces Run For Frenship Post - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/5/09

Vanderburg Announces Run For Frenship Post

A former Frenship ISD employee now wants to help lead the district.  Troy Vanderburg announced his candidacy in a written statement late Thursday for Frenship school board.   He wants the seat that soon will be vacated by Kelvin Parsons.  

Vanderburg used to be the Frenship director of purchasing and risk management.   He's currently the Senior Vice President and C.O.O. of People's Bank.

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