WGXC-90.7 FM

Hudson schools treasurer to retire in January

Nov 16, 2016 6:45 am

Jeanette Wolfberg is reporting in The Columbia Paper Florence Stickles, long-time Hudson City School District treasurer, has announced she will retire in January. Stickles has served the district for 28 years. Stickles is a graduate of Germantown High School and Columbia-Greene Community College. She joined the school district as a tax collector in 1988, after a brief tenure with Key Bank. Stickles said in an interview last month, “I was a young kid when I came. I learned a lot.” She said the best thing about working for the Hudson schools was the “family atmosphere.” Stickles plans to spend her retirement traveling and spending time with her grandchildren. Read the full story in The Columbia Paper.