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By JOHN McCALLUM
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The abbreviated Tom Trulove

Retired long-time local and state public servant gave Cheney a strong mayor without the strong mayor price tag

 

January 25, 2018

Jill Weiszmann

Tom Trulove and City Administrator Mark Schuller (left) share a laugh during a Dec. 29, 2017 reception honoring the former Cheney mayor's retirement.

Even Tom Trulove's short resume is long, although in Pullman mayor and fellow academician Glenn Johnson's view, that's pretty good.

"I sometimes read (resumes from professors) 14-18 pages long," Johnson said. "If he can get it down to three pages, that's short for an academic."

For the former Cheney mayor who retired at the end of 2017, Trulove's resume is the brief summation of a long and distinguished career of service. It's a career that has taken him from university halls to City Hall and the legislative halls of Olympia and beyond.

The university halls begin at the University of Oregon...



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