Mech steps down as clerk/treasurer
QUEEN ANNE — A new town clerk/treasurer is on the job in the town of Queen Anne.
Amanda Morgan took over the part-time position in June following the resignation of Kamie Mech, who held the position for six years.
Mech stepped down because she was moving from the area and will be working in Easton, said Mayor Randy Esty. She recently became a certified public accountant, he said.
“I can’t believe it’s been six years as town clerk, but what a wonderful town it is,” Mech said. “I couldn’t ask for better people, always gracious.”
She said people in the town go out of their way to be helpful to others and she will miss everyone. At the June meeting of the town commissioners, she was presented with a certificate of appreciation and a check for $125. Esty described her service to the town as “excellent.”
Morgan is a native of Queen Anne and lived in the town until recently when she, her husband and daughter moved to Denton. She attended Chesapeake College where she earned an A.A. degree in accounting in May 2012.
Since 2007 she has been working for Queenstown Bank of Maryland where she is currently a credit analyst.
“Queen Anne has always been home to me and I feel honored to be part of such an amazing team,” Morgan said.
The Queen Anne Town Commissioners present outgoing town clerk/treasurer Kamie Mech with a certificate of appreciation and a check for $125. From left: Commissioner Mark Turner, Mayor Randy Esty, Mech and Commissioner Martin Eichelman.
Gibson’s Antique Store in the heart of Queen Anne, has been donated to the town by the daughters of the late Gus Gibson,