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chief executive

The lead accountable officer in a particular NHS (UK) organisation, often understood to be the principle at a hospital trust.
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Morgan is chairman, president, chief executive officer, and director of Valley State Bank.
He will continue as chief executive officer and will succeed Gen.
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