Board of Regents Swears-in Carl Crull Today Before Called Meeting Begins
Article by DMC College Relations Office
Prior to today’s called meeting, the Del Mar College Board of Regents swore-in the remaining Regent who filed unopposed for one of three seats available during the General Election in November 2022. After signing the appropriate paperwork, Carl Crull, who filed for the District 5 seat, took the Oath of Office before taking his seat among other Board members.
Crull was unable to attend the Dec. 13 regular monthly meeting when District 2 Regent David Loeb and At-large Regent Libby Averyt were sworn-in. The Oath of Office was administered on Jan. 31 by Jessica Alaniz, DMC Director of Risk Management, who oversees the College’s election process.
Crull, who is owner of Crull Engineering LLC, will serve for the first time on the College’s Board of Regents. His term runs through 2028.
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