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  • Mr. Wilder's long-time advisor Paul Goldman, who replaced Larry Wilder as committee treasurer in 2005, told the board he was unable to recover bank records and that the account balance had somehow dropped to just about $3,000.

    Wilder son eyed over lost funds →

  • "In terms of the monies reported in the January 15, 1999 report but not in the account as of today... all this money went to Mr. Larry Wilder," Mr. Goldman wrote in a June 22, 2005 letter to the board. "Bottom line: No records relative to the actual disbursement of this money have been located."

    Wilder son eyed over lost funds →

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