Tinneal Gerber resigns as finance director of Moffat County School District | CraigDailyPress.com

Tinneal Gerber resigns as finance director of Moffat County School District

Tinneal Gerber will leave her position as executive director of finance and operations for Moffat County School District on Nov. 4 to take another local position.
Sasha Nelson

— Tinneal Gerber is leaving her position as executive director of finance and operations at Moffat County School District.

She has accepted another local position, said Superintendent Dave Ulrich during his report to Moffat County School District Board during their October monthly meeting Thursday.

Gerber held the position with the district since 2012. Her last day will be Nov. 4.

It’s not yet known what position she took locally, as she won’t be available for comment until next week.

The school district posted the open position to find a replacement and has a transition plan in place.

Howard Tucker, who spent 25 years managing finances for Jefferson County School District, agreed to act as a consultant charging only his travel expenses, Ulrich said.

Tucker recently told Ulrich, “you’re not in crisis mode, so don’t act like you are. Keep the lights on and make sure folks get paid and you’ll be OK.”

He will be in Craig on Monday to assist with the transition.

Tammy Whitaker, who stepped in last spring when Gerber was on extended medical leave, will return on Nov. 14 to help make the transition as smooth as possible, Ulrich said.

On behalf of the school district, Ulrich thanked Gerber for her service and congratulated her on the new opportunity for her and her family.

Contact Sasha Nelson at 970-875-1794 or snelson@CraigDailyPress.com or follow her on Twitter @CDP_Education.

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