Examples of treasurer in a Sentence
She is treasurer of the college.
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Attorneys for the ex-state treasurer have denied the allegations, saying the trio was let go after an inspector general's report recommended they be fired over allegations of falsifying timekeeping records.
Brenda Hagen, the clerk and treasurer of Glendo, Wyoming, felt similarly.
The PAC never designated a treasurer with the state or filed campaign finance reports locally – steps a political action committee must take under state law.
How many women will attend in October is still TBD, but assistant treasurer of the Women's March board Linda Sarsour expects about 5,000 people.
Last year, Mark Harrington, the Local 25’s secretary-treasurer at the time of the incident, pleaded guilty to attempted extortion in exchange for six months of home confinement.
Taxes can be paid in a variety of manners, including by mail, in person at the county treasurer's office in Wheaton, through various banks, using wire transfers, and online with a credit card or bank account information.
In the 1984 presidential primary campaign, Mr. Farmer was Senator John Glenn’s campaign treasurer.
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Definition of treasurer for English Language Learners
: someone who is officially in charge of the money that is taken in and paid out by a government, business, organization, etc.
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