Eye On Boise

TUESDAY, JAN. 16, 2007, 8:39 A.M.

He took ‘road less traveled’

State Health & Welfare Director Dick Armstrong opened his JFAC presentation this morning by noting that he retired in June after 36 years with Blue Cross of Idaho, but his retirement only lasted as week – as he was then appointed director of the state’s largest department by then-Gov. Jim Risch. Sen. Jim Hammond, R-Post Falls, told Armstrong, “As you had a choice of what you were going to do when you retired, thank you for taking the road less traveled.”




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