Mark Hanna

Gonzales issues letter, challenges PCC counsel

May 4, 2017

By EDDIE CELAYA The Pima Community College Board of Governors voted during the April 12 meeting to limit debate for the sake of time and efficiency, spurring another round of contentious motions and requests. The action followed an epic five-and-a-half-hour long board meeting on March 8. During the meeting, District 5 Representative Luis Gonzales clashed […]

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Hanna brings expertise to PCC

December 10, 2014

By ANDREW PAXTON Mark Hanna always regretted not going to college. The newly elected member of Pima Community College’s governing board had a successful career as a manager at Costco in the ‘90s, but he felt like something was missing. “I felt like I wasn’t able to converse with people who had their degrees, like […]

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Hanna wins PCC governing board post

November 13, 2014

By ANDREW PAXTON Voters have decided that Mark Hanna will be the newest member of Pima Community College’s governing board after a tightly contested election on Nov. 4. Fewer than 1,500 votes separated Hanna and his competitor, Tucson Medical Center executive Michael Duran. Hanna received 25,988 votes to Duran’s 24,566, according to the Pima County […]

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Board candidates detail plans for PCC

October 30, 2014

By ANDREW PAXTON The two candidates vying for a seat on Pima Community College’s governing board met in a pair of forums to give the community a chance to learn more about their past and vision for the future. Michael Duran, an executive at Tucson Medical Center, is facing off against Mark Hanna, a former […]

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Last board meeting held before election

October 16, 2014

By ANDREW PAXTON Pima Community College’s governing body held its last meeting before the Nov. 4 election that will decide who will be joining the five-member board. Brenda Even, who has served on the board since 2001, decided earlier this year not to seek reelection. She is one of several board members who faced calls […]

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