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Wellesley resident named by governor to MassBay Board of Trustees

Posted by Evan Allen  July 19, 2012 12:25 PM

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Governor Deval Patrick has appointed a Wellesley resident to serve on the MassBay Community College Board of Trustees, the College announced yesterday. Thomas E. Peisch attended his first board meeting in June.

Peisch has lived in Wellesley for 25 years, according to a College press release, and served as a Town Meeting member form 1997 to 2011. He is a founder and partner at Boston law firm Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP.

His wife is state representative Alice Peisch.

“As an involved member of the Wellesley community, I am grateful for the opportunity to play a role in the operation of MassBay Community College,” said Peisch in the press release.

Peisch is taking the place of Board member Jonathan Bower, who served for ten years on the Board, including five years as the Chair. Board member terms are five years long each.

“We are delighted to have someone with Mr. Peisch’s intellect and deep roots in the Wellesley and greater MetroWest community join our Board,” said President John O’Donnell in the release. “I am certain he will provide key insight an division as MassBay continues its important work preparing students for sustainable careers and providing economic development opportunities for MetroWest businesses and industries.”

Evan Allen can be reached at evan.allen@globe.com

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