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Michigan CLASS Board Member Elected as House Representative

12.18 - Brad Slaugh Press Release

Grand Haven, MI – Michigan CLASS is pleased to announce that the Secretary of the Michigan CLASS Board of Trustees, Bradley Slagh, won Michigan’s 90th House District Seat. His two-year term will begin in January of 2019, and Michigan’s 90th House District serves Holland, Hudsonville, Zeeland, and Jamestown Township. He plans to improve road, water, and sewer to drive tourism to the area and support the local, small businesses.

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“I look forward to serving the members of Ottawa County in a new way in state government, and specifically representing the constituents of the 90th District, in the state House,” Slagh told the Holland Sentinel on November 6, 2018.

Bradley has served as the Ottawa County Treasurer for more than ten years, as a member of the Michigan CLASS Board since 2010, and as secretary since 2012. He has spent his career working with a variety of financial institutions such as First Michigan Bank and Byron Center State Bank where he focused on branch management, new market development, operations, and IT. Bradley earned a Bachelor in Business Administration from Hope College, holds the Certified Public Funds Investment Manager designation, and graduated from the Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University.

“Bradley has provided immeasurable leadership to the Michigan CLASS program over the past decade. His dedication, friendship, and commitment to excellence will be sorely missed by the Michigan CLASS and Public Trust Advisors teams. Collectively, we wish him great success as he begins this next chapter as a State Representative,” said Matt Starr, Director of Client Relations.

This press release is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a solicitation of investment advisory services.