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Former SNHU budget director who admitted to stealing $1.15M sentenced
Raymond C. Prouty, a 1977 SNHU graduate and former assistant athletics director who lives in Hooksett, was sentenced by Judge Larry M. Smukler.
Assistant Attorney General Gregory Ward said after the sentencing that the university's insurance company paid $500,000 of the $1.157 million that was embezzled.
Prouty worked at the university from 1978 to 2012.
After the university discovered financial discrepancies in May 2012, it hired a forensic auditor who gathered enough preliminary information to report the matter to the Attorney General on June 11, 2012, LeBlanc said.
Prouty was inducted into the university's athletics hall of fame in 2010.
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