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Heritage deputy retires

by Staff Reporter7 minute read
The Adviser

Staff Reporter

Heritage Building Society’s long-serving deputy chairman Graeme Kidd has announced he will retire after more than 36 years with the lender.

Mr Kidd was one of the youngest directors in the organisation’s history when appointed in 1974, aged 31. He has gone on to become one of the Society’s longest serving directors, with more 36 years of continuous service on the Board of Heritage.

Mr Kidd will step down following the June meeting of the Heritage Board.

“Graeme Kidd has played a significant role in Heritage‘s development and success. In particular, Graeme is always at pains to ensure that the best interests of the Society’s members are taken into account when any decision is made,” Heritage chairman Brian Carter said.

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