Mech steps down as clerk/trea­surer

Record Observer - - News - By JACK SHAUM jshaum@kibay­

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,


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