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By Forrest Hershberger
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

50-plus Years and Done: Anthony Puts Away Agenda, Minutes


September 11, 2019

Forrest Hershberger

City of Sidney Clerk and Treasurer Geri Anthony will be retiring from the time clock, stepping down from her duties as clerk and treasurer. Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Cynthia Heilbrun will assume the duties of clerk and treasurer the same day as Anthony's resignation. Anthony is pictured with the photographs of the many mayors she has worked with over the years.

In 1965, she moved from Alliance to Sidney. The move was expected to be a career step. Get her training and Sidney Business Institute and move on to the next step.

That all changed when a short-term opportunity, you might say an internship or temporary position, turned into a lifelong occupation.

"I've been with the City (Sidney) since 1965-66," Geri Anthony said Thursday.

She announced her retirement effective Oct. 11 at the Aug. 27 city council meeting. She has served as the City Clerk and Treasurer since 1980-1981. She has more than 50 years of service dedicated to the city of Sidney.


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