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Seneca to Lead Seneca Gaming

Kevin Seneca has returned as CEO of the Seneca Gaming Corp., returning after his replacement, Brad John, resigned to become the recreation director for the Seneca Nation. Under tribal bylaws, members of the Seneca Gaming Corp. board cannot serve as officials with the Seneca Nation.

John had replaced Kevin Seneca last April during the gaming corporation’s annual meeting. Seneca served on the Seneca Gaming board from 2008 to 2011 and returned to the board two years ago.

Also joining the board are five-time Seneca Nation President Barry Snyder Sr., former Chairwoman Karen Karsten, Al George and Buffalo businessman Michael Militello. Militello is the first non-Seneca to serve on Seneca Gaming’s board since it was formed in 2002. Ina Locke is also a member of the board. Snyder resigned as a Seneca council member to take a seat on the board of Seneca Gaming.

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