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Securian vice chairman stepping down

Randy Wallake is retiring from his executive post on June 30 after 25 years with the St. Paul-based financial group. Wallake joined Securian as vice president of pension sales and was named vice chairman in 2005 and president in 2007.
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Randy Wallake is retiring from his executive post on June 30 after 25 years with the St. Paul-based financial group. Wallake joined Securian as vice president of pension sales and was named vice chairman in 2005 and president in 2007.

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