Ted Muenster

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A native of Beatrice, Neb., and 1962 graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Ted Muenster has lived in South Dakota since 1967. He is a former vice president of the University of South Dakota and chief of staff for former South Dakota Governor Richard F. Kneip; he spent 20 years as a Sioux Falls businessman. He served as president and CEO of the University of South Dakota Foundation from 1978 until 2008 and now works in development at the National Music Museum on the USD campus.

 

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