Posted: September 16th, 2015
RUSSELL STEWART left the Daily Record through voluntary redundancy in 2004, after 33 years service. His Record career began in Hope Street in publicity and promotions, and he transferred to the library at Anderston Quay before retraining as a sub-editor at Central Quay.
An FoC for more than 11 years, he was also a workforce representative on the Mirror Pensions Trustee Board for eight years.
Married, with five children and four grandchildren, Russell has now retired after working in various editorial positions at the Herald for ten years. He said: “I believe my experience as a Trustee, including about six years on the Investment Committee, can be useful to fellow members of the AMP during concerning times over the ongoing pension-fund deficit.”
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