Sunday 15 November 2015 18:56, UK
Rangers have confirmed Douglas Park has returned to the board of the Scottish Championship club after stepping down from his position in August.
Park, who is part of a group of investors known as the Three Bears, was replaced in the boardroom by his son Graeme earlier in the year due to his business commitments.
Both members of the Park family will remain on the board along with Paul Murray, John Gilligan and Dave King.
A statement from the Ibrox club read: "Rangers International Football Club PLC is pleased to announce that Douglas Park has decided to resume his seat back on the board with immediate effect.
"Mr Park became a director after the general meeting on March 6 but had to step down because of pressing business commitments.
"However, he is now able to focus again on the affairs of the club he and his family hold dear. When Mr Park left the board in early August his place was taken by his son, Graeme, who remains in position."
Douglas Park said: 'It is a privilege to be asked to become a director of this club and it was always my intention to return.
"I am confident the club is on the correct path and I am delighted that I am now able to return and help take Rangers forward into what I believe will be a bright future for the club and the supporters."