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Concordia College president hospitalized after stroke

Concordia College President Pamela Jolicoeur suffered a stroke this morning.

The Fargo Forum is reporting that Concordia College President Pamela Jolicoeur suffered a stroke this morning in her home.

An email sent by Board of Regents Chair Ron Offutt says, “She is hospitalized in very serious condition.”

In 2004, Jolicoeur was named the 10th president of the Moorhead institution. The Forum quotes Roger Gilbertson, a former regent who headed the presidential search committee at the time.

“She’s an outstanding president and an outstanding person. She truly is,” Gilbertson told the Forum. “I just hope she can recover from this, because she’s critically needed by the institution.”

More details here.