Monday, August 19, 2019

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Lycoming County welcomes new Chief Clerk and Director of Administration

Fred Marty
Fred F. Marty sworn in as Chief Clerk by Prothonotary William Burd.

Fred Marty commenced his duties as Chief Clerk and Director of Administration for the County of Lycoming on April 1, 2007.  Mr. Marty brings more than 40 years of public sector leadership experience to Lycoming County government.

Previously Fred was employed by the Missouri State University System in Springfield as vice president for administrative services, and subsequently served as chancellor for the West Plains Campus.  In 1993, he retired as a major general following 30 years of distinguished service on active duty with the U.S. Army.  He also served as the executive director of the American National Fish and Wildlife Museum, a national attraction in Springfield, Missouri.

Mr. Marty earned a bachelor of science in education degree from Missouri State University and an MBA from the University of Alabama.  He is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the Air War College.  In his prior duties, Fred has worked extensively with public officials at the federal, state and local level.

Since 1991 he has served almost continuously on public boards, including the Springfield Board of Public Utilities, the Missouri Department of Transportation Long-Range Planning Task Force, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, the United States Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home, the chambers of commerce for Lawton-Fort Sill (OK) and Springfield (MO), the Springfield Urban Districts Alliance and the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield Foundation.

Most recently, Mr. Marty served as executive director for Generations Sports Complex and project administrator for Eastern Lycoming YMCA, the new, 80-acre sports and recreation complex being developed in Muncy Township.  His employment contract with the joint operating board overseeing the new sports and recreation venture expired March 31st.

“I am grateful for the confidence the Commissioners have shown by choosing me for this important leadership position,” Marty said.  “I pledge my total commitment to earn their trust and to lead the county staff to effectively and efficiently serve the citizens of Lycoming County.”

Fred and his spouse, Marty, reside in Williamsport.  They have two sons, Patrick, a businessman in Williamsport; Michael, a U.S. Army active-duty major serves with the economics/finance faculty at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.


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