David Boren Appointed to Yale University Board

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David Boren Appointed to Yale University Board


NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Yale University named U.S. Sen. David L. Boren of Oklahoma to a 12-year term on the school's governing board of trustees.

Boren, 47, fills a vacancy on the 19-member Yale Corp. created by the appointment of trustee Harold E. Woodsum Jr. as director of athletics.

Boren, a Democrat, was Oklahoma's governor from 1975 to 1979 and is now serving his second term in the Senate.

He received a bachelor of arts degree from Yale in 1963 and was a friend and classmate of Yale's current president, Benno C. Schmidt Jr.

A Rhodes scholar, Boren received a master's degree in government from Oxford and a law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

The Yale board is made up of 10 successor trustees, six alumni fellows, the university president and the governor and lieutenant governor of Connecticut. . .

- Suzie Harris joined the Oklahoma Dept. of Corrections nearly 19 years ago as a probation/parole officer, and has worked under five different directors. Harris worked as an instructor, then as a senior probation/parole officer supervising other officers, and now is part of a probation-parole team working out of the new District VI sub-office in downtown Oklahoma City. Her caseload is less than a third what it was two decades ago. . .

- Herb Forrester has been named vice president for real estate for Scrivner Inc., after serving as director of real estate at the firm's corporate headquarters. . .

- Sister Sylvia Negrete, has been named director of the third Villa Teresa Early Childhood Learning Center by the Villa Teresa Schools and the Carmelite Sisters of St. Therese of the Infant Jesus. . .

- Robert C. Diffenderfer has been elected vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Corken International Corp., a majority owned subsidiary of Hinderliter Industries Inc. Diffenderfer is also vice president of corporate development for Hinderliter.

Linda J. Henthorn was elected vice president, chief accounting officer of Corken. She has been with Corken eleven years, serving as assistant controller for three years and controller for two years. . .

- Francis J. Brewer has been named director, equity stores for Fleming Companies Inc. Brewer will administer Fleming's equity store program, which provides financial assistance to independent retailers wanting to enter business.

Gene Haas has been named corporate vice president, general merchandise, and James A. Duffield is the new corporate director, frozen food and dairy. Haas will be responsible for Fleming's general merchandise operations nationwide, and Duffield will develop and direct procurement and merchandising programs for the firm's frozen food and dairy departments. …

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