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Old 10-23-2017, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by bdschobel View Post
Interesting idea, but not likely to happen. The most recent Bylaws removed the penultimate president from the Board, as a way to reduce the commitment from 4 years to 3. And being president is so time-consuming that I can't see anyone with a full-time job being able to do it for 2 years (without getting fired from that other job). I don't believe that the SOA would be well served by having a steady stream of retirees serving as president. (Not that there's anything wrong with retirees! )


You would certainly know far better than me!

Although, like congress, perhaps it wouldn't be such a bad thing if the Presidential officers were too busy to implement some of their dumber ideas!
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