Gibson Vance, a lawyer in our firm, has been named to Troy University’s Board of Trustees by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley. Gibson, a Troy University Alumnus, was selected by Gov. Bentley and unanimously approved by the Alabama Senate. In addition, two current members – Allen Owen and Roy Drinkard – were reappointed to the Board. Trustees are appointed to 12-year terms. Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, had this to say about the appointment:
We are pleased to welcome Mr. Vance to our Board of Trustees. As an alumnus, he has served as a wonderful ambassador for Troy University, and we look forward to the vision and leadership he will provide as a Trustee.
Gibson practices in our firm’s personal injury and consumer fraud sections, concentrating in actions against those who negligently or intentionally harm others. His clients include both individuals and small businesses. Gibson said he was “thrilled and honored” to be given the opportunity to serve Troy University. He was born in Troy and graduated from Troy State University 25 years ago. Gibson said that Troy University is a first class institution and that he looks forward to being part of its future.
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