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+WORCESTER -- Michael J. Lochhead, vice president of administration and finance at Holy Cross since 2004, will become the executive vice president at Boston College, his alma mater. The announcement was made recently by Boston College.

Mr. Lochhead joined the senior leadership team at Holy Cross in 2004, after serving three years as assistant vice president for business and finance at the University of San Francisco. A 1993 graduate of Boston College's Carroll School of Management with a B.S. in accounting, Mr. Lochhead received his MBA from the Carroll Graduate School of Management in 1999. A Utah native, he enlisted in the U.S. Army upon completion of high school where he quickly rose to the rank of sergeant in the Military Intelligence Corps before enrolling as an undergraduate at Boston College.

Mr. Lochhead will depart Holy Cross in late January and assume his new duties at Boston College on February 9.

WORCESTER -- The Rev. William R. Campbell, S.J. '87 has been named vice president for mission at the College of the Holy Cross. The announcement was made recently by Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., president of the College.

"We are delighted to welcome Fr. Campbell -- a Holy Cross graduate and former chaplain -- back to Holy Cross to assume this important leadership role,'' said Fr. Boroughs.

Fr. Campbell is currently president at Cheverus High School, a coeducational Jesuit secondary school in Portland, Maine, a position he has held since 2008. He will succeed Rev. Paul F. Harman, S.J., in this leadership position. Fr. Harman, who returned to Holy Cross in 2009 as special assistant to former president Michael C. McFarland, S.J., and was named vice president in 2011, will remain at Holy Cross, working in a variety of mission-related activities on campus.

This is a return to Holy Cross and Worcester for Fr. Campbell. He previously served as assistant chaplain at Holy Cross from 2003-05 and 2007-08, as well as one year (2006-07) as interim principal at Nativity School of Worcester.

A Massachusetts native, Fr. Campbell majored in English and music at Holy Cross. He studied at the St. Michael's Institute at Gonzaga University, and received both his Master of Divinity degree (1997) and Licentiate of Sacred Theology (1998) from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology (now Boston College School of Theology and Ministry). He was ordained a priest in 1998.

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