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City Treasurer of Chicago

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

City Treasuer of Chicago
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Seal of the City of Chicago
Incumbent
Melissa Conyears-Ervin

since May 20, 2019
Term length4 years
WebsiteOffice of the City Treasurer of Chicago

The City Treasurer of Chicago is an elected official of the City of Chicago.

Current Occupant

The current City Treasurer of Chicago is Democrat Melissa Conyears. [1] Conyears was elected by Chicago citizens on April 2, 2019,[2] and took the oath of office on May 20, 2019.[3] She was preceded in office by Kurt Summers.[4] Conyears was elected in the 2019 Chicago runoff election, which also included the office of mayor, beating previous 47th Ward alderman Ameya Pawar. She is the second African American female to hold to position after Stephanie Neely.

Duties of the Treasurer

The City Treasurer’s Office is the custodian and manager of all cash and investments for the City of Chicago, the four City employee pension funds, and the Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund. Additionally, the Treasurer’s Office manages a number of programs that promote financial education and small business growth in Chicago’s neighborhoods. The Treasurer is one of three city-wide elected officials in the City of Chicago, with the Mayor and the Clerk being the others.

The City Treasurer's office operates a web page describing the office's powers and duties[5].

City Treasurers

City Clerks Term Notes
Melissa Conyears-Ervin 2019– Assumed office May 20, 2019
Kurt Summers 2014–2019 Was appointed in 2014
Stephanie Neely 2006–2014 Was appointed in 2006
Judith Rice 2000-2006 Was appointed in 2000[6]
Cecil A. Partee 1979 [7]
Joseph G. Bertand 1971–1979 [7]
Marshall Korshak 1967–1971 [7]
William G. Milota 1961–1967 [7]
Edmund P. Currey 1960–1961 Acting treasurer[7]
Sidney D. Deutsch 1957–1960 Was appointed in 1957[7]
Morris B. Sachs 1955–1957 [7]
David L. Hartigan 1954–1955 [7]
William G. Milota 1949–1954 [7]
Joseph T. Beran 1947–1949 [7]
Raymond Drymalski 1943–1947 [7]
Thomas S. Gordon 1939–1943 [7]
Gustave A. Brand 1935–1937 [7]
James A. Kearns 1931–1935 [7]
August B. Singer 1931 [7]
Charles S. Peterson 1927–1931 [7]
John A. Carvenka 1923–1927 [7]
Clayton F. Smith 1921–1923 [7]
Henry Stuckart 1919–1921 [7]
Clayton F. Smith 1917–1919 [7]
Fred H. Bartlett 1916–1917 [7]
Charles Sergel 1915–1916 [7]
Michael J. Flynn 1913–1915 [7]
Henry Stuckart 1911–1913 [7]
Isaac N. Powell 1909–1911 [7]
John E. Traeger 1907–1909 [7]
Fred W. Blocki 1905–1907 [7]
Ernst Hummel 1903–1906 [7]
Charles F Gunther 1901–1903 [7]
Adam Ortseifen 1899–1901 [7]
Adam Wolf 1895–1897 [7]
Michael J. Bransfield 1893–1895 [7]
Peter Kiołbassa 1891–1893 [7]
Bernard Roesing 1889–1891 [7]
C. Herman Plautz 1887–1889 [7]
William M. Devine 1885–1887 [7]
John H. Dunphy 1883–1885 [7]
Rudolph Brand 1881–1883 [7]
William C. Saipp 1879–1881 [7]
Charles R. Larrabee 1877–1879 [7]
Clinton Briggs 1876–1877 [7]
Daniel O'Hara 1873–1875 [7]
David A. Gage 1869–1873 [7]
William F. Wentworth 1867–1869 [7]
Amos G. Throop 1865–1867 [7]
David A. Gage 1863–1865 [7]
W.H. Rice 1861–1863 [7]
Charles H. Hunt 1860–1861 [7]
Alonzo Harvey City 1858–1860 [7]
C.N. Holden 1857–1858 [7]
O.J. Rose 1856–1858 [7]
William F. DeWolf 1855–1856 [7]
Uriah P. Harris 1854–1855 [7]
Edward Manierre 1850–1854 [7]
William L. Church 1848–1850 [7]
Andrew Getzler 1847–1848 [7]
William L. Church 1845–1847 [7]
Walter S. Gurnee 1843–1845 [7]
Francis Cornwall Sherman 1842–1843 [7]
N.H. Bolles 1841–1842 [7]
Walter S. Gurnee 1840 [7]
N.H. Bolles 1840 [7]
George W. Dole 1839–1840 [7]
Hiram Pearson 1837–1839 [7]

References

  1. ^ "Office of the City Treasurer, City of Chicago". chicagocitytreasurer.com.
  2. ^ "Mayor Emanuel Announces Selection of Kurt Summers Jr. to Fill Remaining Term as City of Chicago Treasurer". City of Chicago.
  3. ^ "Emanuel's treasurer appointment launches Summers into prominence". Chicago Tribune. December 12, 2014.
  4. ^ "City Treasurer Neely stepping down". Chicago Tribune. October 20, 2014.
  5. ^ City of Chicago's Treasurer's website http://www.chicagocitytreasurer.com/. Retrieved 9 December 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. ^ "The Honorable Judith C. Rice". The History Makers. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl "Centennial List of Mayors, City Clerks, City Attorneys, City Treasurers, and Aldermen, elected by the people of the city of Chicago, from the incorporation of the city on March 4, 1837 to March 4, 1937, arranged in alphabetical order, showing the years during which each official held office". Retrieved 27 April 2019.

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