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Kent County’s Delabbio elected VP of Professional Association

Kent County’s Delabbio elected VP of Professional Association

*BUS-DelabbioKent County Administrator/Controller Daryl Delabbio has been elected as a Regional Vice President of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA). Delabbio will serve alongside 20 other members of the ICMA Executive Board; his term runs for three years, and begins in October 2014. Delabbio has been in local government for 37 years, and has held the Administrator/ Controller role since 1998, after three years as Assistant County Administrator. Prior to working at Kent County he was City Manager in Rockford for 11 years and served in two other Michigan cities.

“Daryl is dedicated to doing what is best for Kent County residents and businesses,” said County Board of Commissioners Chair Dan Koorndyk. “His ability to work in an inclusive, professional manner has helped Kent County stay on course. He truly has a ‘servant’s heart’ and his leadership is admired by many.”

“It’s quite a distinction for Daryl to be selected to this role,” says Kent County Commissioner Roger Morgan, who previously served as Board Chair.  “Kent County is fortunate to have such great leadership for the past two decades.”

“Serving as one of 21 members of the ICMA Executive Board is one of the highest honors that a member of the local government management profession can receive,” noted ICMA Executive Director Bob O’Neill. “It is a significant career achievement and a tremendous expression of confidence in Daryl by his peers.”

 

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