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County Treasurer Leann Monk

100 West Bluff Street, Room #003 | Woodville, Texas 75979                       Phone: (409)283-3054 | Fax (409)283-6306 | lmonk.cotreas@co.tyler.tx.us

What Does a County Treasurer Do in  Tyler County?

  • Receives and deposits all county revenues
  • Acts as chief liaison between the county and depository banks
  • Disburses funds upon the order of the Commissioners Court
  • Records receipts and reconciles bank statements
  • Acts as the county’s investment officer and required to submit regular reports on county finance to the members of the Commissioners Court
  • Processes the County employees bi-weekly payroll
  • Acts as the Human Resources Administrator for the County
  • Maintains and updates the Employee Handbook & Policies

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  • BIO:

    Mrs. Leann Monk is a lifelong resident of Tyler County and is a 1992 graduate from Warren High School. Soon after graduation, Mrs. Monk married her husband Rodney, moved to Colmesneil and after over 26 years they have moved back home to Warren, and have three beautiful daughters - Kacie (Account Executive), Allicyn (RN and Professional Photographer), and Mallory (Cosmetologist) and two of the most perfect granddaughters ever - Atley Joy and Emree Kent.

    Mrs. Monk has always been civic minded and has an undying love for Tyler County. She believes that she has much to give back to her community because Tyler County has always supported her and in a large part is responsible for the person she is today. She and Rodney have deliberately chosen to live, work, worship and raise their girls in Tyler County, which she considers the greatest place on earth.  She serves in various leadership roles throughout Southeast Texas, as well as the State. She currently serves on the Texas Forest Country Partnership Economic Development Board, as the Immediate Past President of the Tyler County APS Advisory Board (adult protective service), along with several other boards and civic groups.  

    During her first term as Treasurer, she was selected by her peers as Outstanding Treasurer of the Year in Region 10. In September of 2022, she was sworn in to serve on the County Treasurers Association of Texas  Executive Board as the board Treasurer and has continued to climb the ladder of leadership within her association. She currently serves as the Second Vice President. In January 2023, she entered her second term as as Tyler County Treasurer and could not be more proud to be able to continue to serve the citizens of this amazing county.

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