Bob Sullivan the president/CEO of SANCA, the nonprofit that runs Nathan Benderson Park, submitted his resignation to the SANCA board of directors on Wednesday, less than a year after assuming the role. He plans to stay through at least the World Rowing Championships scheduled for the fall.
Bob Sullivan the president/CEO of SANCA, the nonprofit that runs Nathan Benderson Park, submitted his resignation to the SANCA board of directors on Wednesday, less than a year after assuming the role. He plans to stay through at least the World Rowing Championships scheduled for the fall. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com
Bob Sullivan the president/CEO of SANCA, the nonprofit that runs Nathan Benderson Park, submitted his resignation to the SANCA board of directors on Wednesday, less than a year after assuming the role. He plans to stay through at least the World Rowing Championships scheduled for the fall. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com

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