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Community leaders

* The Entrepreneur Fund announced the addition of Dave Clusiau, Don Negley and Jack Ryan to the organization’s Board of Directors.

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Clusiau is co-owner and operator of Hibbing Chrysler Center, Hibbing Auto Care Accessory and Detail Center and Superior Chrysler Center. Clusiau has served with many organizations, including Iron World Development Corp., Itasca Family YMCA, Hibbing Area Chamber Leadership Committee, Hibbing Economic Development Authority and as past chairman of the Northland Foundation Board of Trustees.

Negley is co-owner and CEO of Rural Living and former mayor and city council member of Babbitt. He is actively engaged in several community organizations, including the Public Library Board, the area ATV, Snowmobile and Cross Country Ski Club, Little Rangers Childcare Center Board and the Conservation Club.

Ryan is a specialist in estate, business and personal financial planning. He is a certified financial planner and is a member of the Society of Financial Professionals, Financial Service Planning Association and the Million Dollar Round Table, in which he is a Life and Qualifying member.

The Board of Directors for the Entrepreneur Fund also includes: Sandy Layman, chair, Layman Consulting; Scott Bradt, vice chair, Wells Fargo Bank; Karen Blackburn, secretary/treasurer, Lutsen Mountain; Sue Collins, past chair, Northeast Higher Education District; Kelly Klun, Klun Law Firm; and Tony Palm, Bremer Bank.

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Kris Vereecken
(218) 723-5322
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