Examples of treasurer in a Sentence
She is treasurer of the college.
Recent Examples of treasurer from the Web
Mike Theriault, secretary-treasurer of the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council, had announced his retirement — and his successor and that successor’s successor have now been chosen.
Jay Hunt, treasurer of the shooting association, said assault weapons are also used for hunting.
Eric Woerth, former treasurer of the campaign, admitted to distributing cash to campaign workers but said the money came from anonymous donations.
The treasurer of a small volunteer fire department in Hamilton County is accused of stealing more than $130,000 since 2013, paying for a range of personal items that included a political flag, costume mask and funeral expenses for a relative.
The state treasurers of Rhode Island and Connecticut had also called for the Wells Fargo report.
And, finally, Dunaway will serve as CFO, treasurer and chief of compliance.
The treasurer of the Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center Foundation turned herself in on a warrant Friday charging her with stealing $10,000 in funds last year, Round Lake Beach Police report.
As Venezuela’s national treasurer, Andrade could potentially help South Florida federal investigators untangle the former regime’s financial secrets and pinpoint those who stole from it.
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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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