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County auditor Ray Wolff resigns
Wilson County NewsAugust 1, 2012 2,549 views 2 comments
After 24 years as Wilson County auditor, Ray Wolff is calling it quits.
“I just decided it was time to enjoy life,” said Wolff, a father of three and a grandfather of five.
The outgoing auditor confirmed in a July 27 telephone interview that he would resign effective July 31.
“I enjoyed working with the [commissioners] court; there’s no regrets whatsoever,” he said. “But somewhere down the line, a man has to say ‘it’s time,’ and that time has come.”
Wilson County Judge Marvin Quinney said that Wolff was the county’s first auditor and that he was an asset to the county.
“He’s going to be sorely missed,” Quinney said.
The judge said Wolff notified him verbally of his resignation. Quinney said, however, that Wolff has indicated that he will work with the county in crafting its 2013 fiscal year budget.
It is yet unknown who will replace Wolff, Quinney said. Under state law, district judges Stella Saxon and Donna Rayes are responsible for appointing a successor.
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