Her eldest son will act as the administrator of the estate.
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New York Times, 11 Jan. 2022 Slater, who joined MDOT in 1999 and also served as state highway administrator, was known for his calm demeanor and ability to placate state lawmakers and local officials, even making project opponents feel heard.
Washington Post, 11 Jan. 2022 And though the agreement has been extended three times previously since 2015, there's no guarantee the landowner will agree to do so again, said Steve Howard, Camden County's government administrator.
Russ Bynum, ajc, 11 Jan. 2022 According to one administrator, school system leadership spent most of the weekend trying to understand the extent of the problem and deciding which schools should close.
Liz Bowie, baltimoresun.com, 9 Jan. 2022 As bookkeeper and financial administrator, Scott prepared financial reports for the firm’s partners — including statements and invoices for vendors and accounts payable.
Patrick Danner, San Antonio Express-News, 7 Jan. 2022 Outside the hospital in Kabul, a young Taliban fighter—an AK-47 resting on his knee—lounged in a chair next to a government administrator typing texts on his phone.
Jane Ferguson, The New Yorker, 5 Jan. 2022 About 100 personnel from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are assigned to assist victims of the Marshall Fire, said FEMA administrator Deanne Criswell.
Amir Vera And Steve Almasy, CNN, 3 Jan. 2022 Yet in that time, the districts’ grades never improved, teacher and administrator turnover increased and students left the districts.
Laura Hancock, cleveland, 3 Jan. 2022
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: an administrator appointed to administer an estate where the will names no executor or where the named executor is incapable of performing or unwilling to perform
—called alsoadministrator cum testamento annexo
: a subordinate administrator appointed to administer the assets of an estate that are located in a different jurisdiction from the one where the deceased was domiciled and where the primary administration of the estate is taking place
: an administrator appointed in another state
: an administrator appointed to administer the entire estate of a deceased person in accordance with the laws of intestacy or in accordance with the will if there is one — compare special administrator in this entry
: an administrator whose administration of the estate is entirely or mostly unsupervised by the probate court
1: a public officer who administers the estates of deceased people when there is no one else willing or entitled to perform
2: an administrator appointed in some states for the sole purpose of being responsible for the assets in an estate pending settlement of a dispute or when there is doubt as to who should be appointed administrator
1: an administrator appointed to administer only a designated part of the deceased person's estate
2: an administrator appointed for the sole purpose of being responsible for the assets in an estate usually in some emergency (as a will contest) — compare general administrator in this entry
2: a person that administersespecially, often capitalized: the head of a government agency