Cleveland, Ohio 2022-06-22 20:46:27 –
Youngstown, Ohio (WKBN) —President Jim Tressel of Youngstown State University announced Wednesday that he will resign next year.
Tressel announced his decision at the YSU Board of Directors on Wednesday afternoon.
He will resign on February 1, 2023.
John Jakbek, chairman of the board, said details about plans to identify Tresell’s successor will be announced as they become available.
“Serving Youngstown State University was really a blessing and love effort … Thanks to my family for allowing me to prioritize my schedule and the needs of our university and become a central stage. I can’t, “he added. “It’s now fair to have our wonderful kids and grandchildren, extended families, friends, and former student Ellen schedule,” Tresel said in a press release.
Originally from northeastern Ohio, Tresel first came to YSU in 1986 as a head football coach. YSU has won four national championships in 15 years, including six executive directors of Intercollegiate Athletics. In 2001, Tresel left YSU to become the head football coach of Ohio State University. In 10 seasons, he led The Birth to the 2002 National Championships and the Seven Big Ten Championships.
After leaving Ohio and serving as Executive Vice President of Student Success at the University of Akron, Tressel returned to Youngstown to become YSU’s ninth president.
Ellen Tresel is a YSU graduate and a seasoned businessman and philanthropist engaged in philanthropic activities and community organizations. She started her own financial career in her family business in Youngstown and worked for Butler, Wick and Company for 17 years.
Tresel is the parents of four skilled adults, Zack, Curly, Eric, and Whitney, and has two grandchildren, Jonathan James and Rosemary Arson.
In a letter to YSU staff and students, Tresel said: The Board of Trustees considers it appropriate. “
I asked Tressel for comment, but he wasn’t available. Another board meeting will be held on Thursday night.
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