Iowa community college president says he’ll retire

OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP) — The president of Iowa’s Indian Hills Community College says he intends to retire this year.

The Ottumwa Courier says ( ) a college news release didn’t give a retirement date for Dr. Jim Lindenmayer. But it did say he planned to remain at least until his successor is selected.

Lindenmayer is the fourth top college this year to accept an early retirement package offered by the school.

Lindenmayer has worked at the college for 33 years and has been president since 2011, when he was named to succeed Dr. Lyle Hellyer.

Indian Hills Community College is one of 15 community colleges in the state. The district spans 10 counties in southeast Iowa.


Information from: The Ottumwa Courier,

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