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Tim Hansley Retires After 50 Years of Public Service

Tim Hansley, Union County Administrator, retired in June after over 50 years of public service throughout the state of Ohio. Tim began his career in public service with the US Coast Guard in 1968. In 1972, he began serving as management analyst for
the City of Cincinnati until 1974 before becoming the finance director for the City of Westerville. Tim then moved into a city management role for multiple Ohio Cities: Tipp City (1976-
1980), Lebanon (1980-1987), Dublin (1987-2001), Conneaut (2002-2004), Beavercreek (2004-2005) and City of Pickerington (Director of Development 2006-2008 and City Manager/Director of Development 2008-2009). Tim then moved on to serve as county administrator for Delaware County from 2010-2016 before being named Union County Administrator in 2017.

Tim formerly served as OCMA President, Past President,

Treasurer and Board Member, and was recognized by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) for his career in public management at the

2019 ICMA Annual Conference.

In addition to holding many other leadership roles on committees, boards and associations throughout his career, Tim has provided countless individuals and communities with unmatched leadership, selflessness and a pragmatic approach to problem solving.

In retirement, Tim will continue to serve as a volunteer with the Dublin Police Department and Union County EMA. He will also take advantage of his newfound spare time by enjoying time with his partner, Anne, children and grandchildren as well as his favorite hobbies: traveling, camping, boating, and water sports.