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EDCUtah’s Alan D. Rindlisbacher Announces His Retirement

July 15, 2022

Alan D. Rindlisbacher, director of community strategy for EDCUtah, is closing the book on a 40-year private-sector business and economic development career with his retirement on July 15.

Alan came to the community strategy role in 2019 after serving for 22 years as the director of corporate communications for Layton Construction Company. He is a longtime community development advocate, with experience at the Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and the Utah Division of Business and Economic Development. He was also one of the founding employees of EDCUtah, helping form and grow the organization from 1987 to 1993.

In his most recent stint with EDCUtah, Alan worked with his EDCUtah teammates and public and private sector partners to build the community strategy program. This program strives to connect and empower Utah cities and counties in achieving their economic development goals. He helped launch, among other initiatives, the Development Ready Communities (DRC) program that provides communities with training on key components of the economic development process in Utah.

“We are grateful for Alan’s dedication and decades-long service to economic development in the state of Utah,” said Theresa A. Foxley, president and CEO of EDCUtah. “He has been instrumental in shaping EDCUtah into the organization it is today. His impact on our programs, our team, and our state has been considerable, and it will be felt long into the future.”

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Theresa Foxley

President & Chief Executive Officer

tfoxley@edcutah.org
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