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Resignation of a director who was president

Guest Yvette

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9 minutes ago, Guest Yvette said:

If a director who was a president resigns from the board, is he considered to be the past president. 

And he is also most likely the "immediate past president" if he is the most recent past president.   I'm thinking you probably meant to ask if he is "the immediate past president" rather than just any past president.  Richard Nixon is a past president even though he resigned from office, but Donald Trump is the immediate past president because he is the most recent past president. That would be the case even if he had resigned or been removed from office by the Senate.

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