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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Ross back home after treatment

George Ross, Central Michigan University's vice president of finance and administrative services, is back home following three weeks of treatment for leukemia, according to the university.
Ross says he will continue to receive treatment, and adds that his doctors say the prognosis for a full recovery is good.
"Elizabeth and I want to let everyone who provided support and encouragement know that we are home and doing well," Ross said in a statement. "We aren't ready for visitors yet, but we are looking forward to seeing our friends."
Ross has been named Alcorn State University's next president.
"My wife and I want to thank everyone for the prayers, hundreds of cards, phone calls, well-wishes and thoughts," said Ross. "The caring and support was a true source of strength and inspiration."
Those wishing to send a card or note can mail Ross at 300 Russell St. No. 6, Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.
As for the future, Ross says, "It's my goal to be playing golf in August and begin my new job at ASU in September."


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