2018-01-10 / News

Imlay City names Lynn Eustler new clerk/treasurer

IMLAY CITY — There will be a new face at Imlay City Hall Jan. 17 and a job opening at the Lapeer County Treasurer’s Office.

City Manager Tom Youatt told city commissioners Jan. 3 that Dryden resident Lynn Eustler has been selected to be the city’s clerk/treasurer, replacing Nicole Frost who left Dec. 1 to take a job as Isabella County’s Deputy Administrator/ Controller.

Eustler, 62, has spent the past two-and-a-half years as a land management account clerk at the county treasurer’s office. “I really thought this would be my last job,” she said.

Then she saw an ad in the paper and Frost gave her a call to tell her there was a job opening. “I like working with the public. I like helping residents,” she said. “I’ve got the training and the certifications. This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time.”

Before joining the county, Eustler was deputy treasurer for Mayfield Township for seven years and assistant treasurer for Oxford Township in Oakland County for three years before that.

She and her husband, Richard, moved to Dryden Township from Redford 16 years ago. Eustler grew up in Allen Park and lived in Arizona and California before returning home to Michigan.

“I’ve got a wide range of experience,” she said. That includes working for the state Dept. of Social Services, being an account manager for Ford Motor Company and running her own restaurant in Dryden.

While Jan. 17 will be her first day on the clock in Imlay City, Youatt is planning a lunchtime reception for her office at noon Jan. 18 to introduce her to the city.

Phil Foley

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