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Richard Snowball leaves Trust Board
Richard Snowball leaves Trust Board

Former Trust Chairman Richard Snowball has resigned from his Trust Board position.  Richard has been heavily involved with the Trust since the initial formation in January 2002.  Richard, a life-long City supporter, was first elected to the Trust Board in June 2002 and was appointed as Chairman.  He was Trust Chairman for three years until stepping aside last summer, a position that Steve Beck has now taken on.  During his Chairmanship, the Trust's membership grew to over 2,000 and the Rescue Package to save York City was completed in 2003.


Commenting on his time on the Trust Board, Richard said "It has been an honour to serve on the Trust Board, but after four very challenging years the time has come for me to concentrate on other things in life.  The time and commitment required to sustain the work of the Trust and the Club is very significant, and it impacts not only on the lives of the volunteers themselves, but also their families.  I hope that more City fans will step forward in the future to assist." 


Richard added: "I would like to thank all those City fans who have supported the Trust during the first four years of its existence.  And, in particular, I would like to thank my partner Joan, one of the many unsung City heroes of the past few years."


The Trust Board now has ten elected members, who are responsible for the running the Trust itself and also for appointing the Club Directors and overseeing their stewardship of the operations of the Football Club.


Trust Chairman and Club Director Steve Beck said On behalf of the Trust, the Club and City supporters in general, we thank Richard was his big contribution to help York City over the past few difficult years.  If it wasnt for supporters like Richard, todays match might, at best, have been a Northern Premier division fixture being played out at Huntington.  York City relies on the voluntary efforts of supporters and these are to be encouraged and applauded.  If anyone out there feels that they can in some way help make a difference to support their local club then, as ever, please get in touch.

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