The Benton-Carroll-Salem School District has welcomed a new member to the administrative team: treasurer Tim Coffman. Coffman comes to the district after serving as treasurer for Old Fort Local Schools. He began his career in the private sector for the banking industry where he worked for five years. He finished his private sector work as a financial analyst and internal auditor for Periodical Publishers’ Service Bureau, LLC where he worked for 10 years.
He has previously served as a member of Castalia Village Council and many other community organizations in a volunteer capacity. The BCS Board of Education is excited about the talent, experiences and knowledge base that Coffman will bring to this position. He is highly recommended both personally and professionally by his peers and other community members. The BCS Board Of Education believes he has what it takes to help define the financial future for the district and help support the educational excellence that the BCS community has come to expect.
Coffman said he is excited to join the BCS family.
“I have always thought very highly of the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District and the Oak Harbor community so I am excited to become a part of both,” he said. “I find the treasurer’s job to be very rewarding even though it has become more challenging with the continued reductions in state funding.”
Coffman begins working full time June 25.