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Emergency Food Bank announces new CEO


The Record “I believe that under Mary’s as the executive director of Prevent and commitment to take the food
leadership, the Emergency Food Child Abuse Utah, where her posi- bank to the next level. She is the
STOCKTON — Mary Ann Lucero Bank will begin to realize its true tion encompassed everything from perfect person for this position.”
began as chief executive officer potential as a partner engaged in strategic program planning, public Incoming board Chairman Steve
of the Emergency Food Bank of the difficult but rewarding work relations, systemwide collabora- Morales also gave Lucero a vote of
Stockton/San Joaquin on May 13, of serving those in our commu- tion, fundraising, extensive project confidence: “With Mary’s guid-
the nonprofit’s board of directors nity who need a hand up,” board management, legislative program ance, the Emergency Food Bank
announced Thursday. Chairwoman Susanne St. Clair said. policy creation and community will continue its passion for the
Lucero replaces interim CEO Lucero holds a bachelor of sci- engagement. service we provide, and compas-
Gillian Murphy, a former San ence degree in criminal justice When asked why she sought out sion for those we serve. It’s a true
Joaquin Delta College dean and from Weber State University and the Food Bank CEO position, Lucero honor to serve those in need in our
director of the Small Business a master of public administration said, “I want to lead an agency that community and Mary brings that
Development Center, who stepped from Southern Utah University. assists as many historically under- same desire.” Mary Ann Lucero is the new chief
in on a temporary basis last fall after She has 12 years of statewide served populations as possible.” Upon arriving on her first day at executive officer of the Emergency
the board dismissed previous CEO nonprofit and program manage- Murphy described Lucero as a the Food Bank, Lucero said, “Let Food Bank of Stockton/San Joaquin.
Rick Brewer. ment experience, including serving leader who “has the heart, talent, the adventure begin.” [COURTESY OF EMERGENCY FOOD BANK]

First and last


Trump assailed
for welcoming
foreign help
Democrats criticize
president for being open
to receiving assistance
in election

By Jonathan Lemire
and Lisa Mascaro
The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — President
Donald Trump’s assertion that
he would be open to accept-
ing a foreign power’s help
in his 2020 campaign rico-
cheted through Washington
on Thursday, with Democrats
condemning it as a call for
further election interference
and Republicans struggling to
defend his comments.
Trump seemed to dismiss
the threat posed by Russia’s
interference in the 2016 elec-
tion, one that led to sweeping
indictments by special coun-
sel Robert Mueller, and his
incendiary remarks come

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Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors couldn’t pull off their playoff magic in their final game at Oracle Arena. Champions for the past two seasons and three
of the past four, the Warriors lost to the Toronto Raptors 114-110 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. It also was the 2,070th and final home at Oracle Arena, their home for 47 CRITICIZE
years; they move into their new state-of-the-art arena, Chase Center, in San Francisco, next season. [BEN MARGOT/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]
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Injuries pile up, Warriors’ In Sports the third quarter, fouled on a dunk The reign was done not long
BUDGET, MICKE
reign ends in farewell to
Oracle Toronto's victory brings first NBA
attempt and landing awkwardly on
his left knee — which buckled in a
afterward.
Golden State still had a chance,
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championship to Canada. Page B12 manner that’s often a telltale sign even in the final seconds. Stephen
By Tim Reynolds of big trouble. Curry missed a 3-pointer with
The Associated Press He left the game, then limped out about 6 seconds left that would LOCAL | A3
of the tunnel and returned to the have given the Warriors the lead.
OAKLAND — In the end, they
were just battered and broken.
roster depletion was just too taxing,
even for warriors like the Warriors
court — drawing raucous cheers —
so he could shoot his free throws,
The actual ending came several
minutes later after long delays fol-
FORBES NAMES
And now, they’re beaten. to bear, and they lost Game 6 of the allowing him to possibly return lowing a technical on Golden State MANTECA, LODI
SCHOOL
The Golden State Warriors are NBA Finals 114-110 to the Toronto after being evaluated. He made both for calling a timeout it didn’t have
champions no more. Raptors. shots, the Warriors then took a foul and then a long review of a foul on
The reign ended Thursday night
in the last game they’ll ever play
Toronto won the series 4-2, fin-
ishing it off a few minutes after
a few seconds later and Thompson
retreated toward the locker room
Toronto’s inbounds pass with less
than a second left. DISTRICTS
at Oracle Arena, one where they
entered without Kevin Durant and
Thompson used crutches to hobble
out of Oracle and into perhaps an
again. A few minutes later, the word
came: Thompson was done for the
The Raptors didn’t mind waiting.
AMONG BEST
left without Klay Thompson. The uncertain future. He got hurt in night. See WARRIORS, A6
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