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Meehan to retire as JSU president in 2015

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Posted: Monday, July 21, 2014 2:15 pm | Updated: 3:49 pm, Wed Jul 23, 2014.

JACKSONVILLE —  Jacksonville State University President Bill Meehan told announced that he will retire next summer making public a decision that will end a 16-year stint as the chief executive of the institution.

The announcement surprised board members and caught faculty off guard, moving some to tears. Meehan has worked at the university for than 38 years, and in that time he developed a reputation for being both caring and competent, university employees say.

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