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Corneille to serve as association president

Published: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST

John R. Corneille, a local attorney, was elected president of the Illinois Guardianship Association at its annual meeting April 24 in Springfield.

The IGA was established in 1998 to provide for the exchange of ideas, education and communication between groups and individuals interested in providing or furthering adult guardianship services or alternative protective services to those in need of such services in Illinois.

Corneille is the DeKalb County Public Guardian and Administrator, a National Certified Guardian, a certified mediator as well as the director of Gift Planning for the Foundation Fighting Blindness.

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