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Gov Herbert's spokeswoman steps down

Gov Herbert's spokeswoman steps down

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Gov. Gary Herbert announced Monday his spokeswoman, Angie Welling, will step down in mid-January.

Welling said she has accepted the newly-created position of director of public relations at Love Communications, a Salt Lake City-based advertising agency.

Herbert, who recently was elected to serve the remaining two years of former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.'s term, praised Welling's efforts during his first 18 months in office.

"Angie played a critical role in getting our message out, and I am deeply appreciative of her significant contributions during this time," the governor said.

Welling said although she was "saddened to leave the governor's office, I am excited for this new opportunity."

Before going to work for Herbert, she served as the public information office for the state Corrections Department. She was a reporter at the Deseret News for nearly eight years.


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