City treasurer announces plans for retirement

By: 
JIM LINCOLN

City of Tecumseh treasurer, Leisa Still, has announced plans to retire as of June 25 after 30 years working for the city.

Jerome Kisscorni was city manager in 1990 when Still began working for a short period of time in the building department before moving to handle payroll, and later was appointed accounting clerk/deputy treasurer.

After Kisscorni, Still served the public under city managers Frank Crosby, Kevin Welch, and currently, Dan Swallow, who said at Monday’s council meeting, “I want to express my sincere thanks to Ms. Still for serving the city with excellence for almost 30 years.”

It’s the people Still says she’ll miss the most. “People, residents and my co-workers, that’s all been part of my time here.” She is proud to have received multiple awards for the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.

The city is currently seeking candidates for the position. Visit mytecumseh.org for information.

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