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Two Lottery Officials Quit at Same Time

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Officials say two vice presidents stopped working for the state-run Iowa Lottery on the same day.

The two are Molly Juffernbruch, who'd been general legal counsel, and Jack Schroeder, who'd been in charge of operations and systems.   
Lottery spokeswoman Mary Neubauer said Wednesday that the two were no longer employed by the lottery, effective last Thursday. Neubauer did not answer questions about the circumstances of their departures.

She said both had worked for the lottery since 2010 and were being paid more than $109,000. Neubauer says both will be replaced. Lottery President Terry Rich told The Des Moines Register that neither received a settlement from the state.   

A public phone listing for Schroeder couldn't be found. Juffernbruch didn't immediately return a call Wednesday from The Associated Press.

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