City Administrator, City of Moundridge
For 22 years, Mr. Frazer managed his family’s business which consisted of 2 supermarkets in central Kansas, self-serve storage units, and rental properties. He was elected 2 terms and served eight years on the Moundridge city council. He was elected Mayor and served as Mayor for one day before resigning to accept a city manager’s position in Oklahoma. Randy served as City Manager in Oklahoma for 2 ½ years before the opportunity arose for him to return to Moundridge and serve as City Administrator.
He has a degree in Business Management, is an Oklahoma Municipal League Certified Municipal Official, and is a graduate of the Certified Public Manager’s program from the University of Kansas. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Economic Development Authority, and a past member of the Board of Directors for the Panhandle Economic Development Coalition. He currently serves on the Kansas Municipal Gas Agency executive committee, and Kansas Municipal Utilities gas committee.
City Manager, City of El Dorado
David Dillner presently serves as the City Manager of El Dorado, Kansas. David earned a bachelor's degree in history from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. Following his undergraduate studies, David went on to earn a master's degree from the University of Kansas in Public Administration.
David has served the City of Ottawa, Kansas, the City of Winchester, Virginia, and the City of Edgerton, Kansas. He is member of the ICMA and KACM, Rotary International, the Knights of Columbus, and the National Eagle Scout Association. David is married to Jennifer Dillner, who is a Special Education Teacher in Chapman, Kansas. David and Jennifer have three boys, named Thomas, Michael and Ethan. David was first elected to the KMIT Board of Trustees in October 2014.
City Administrator, City of Elkhart
Tim Hardy was appointed a KMIT Trustee in July 2012. He has been the City Administrator for the City of Elkhart since 2004. Prior to his 14 years of Municipal Government experience, Tim had served in various supervisory and management positions since 1988 including owning and operating his own business and serving in the United States Air Force. He is an active board member of the Morton County Economical Development, and Elkhart Chamber of Commerce.
City Manager, City of Stockton
Keith has been City Manager for the City of Stockton since 2009. A resident of Stockton since 1983, he has served on various committees and boards including the city commission, library board, zoning board and county economic development commission. Before becoming City Manager, he lived in Colorado and Arizona where he worked as a newspaper writer and editor. While living in Summit County, Colorado Keith was employed as the Director of the Summit County Chamber of Commerce. He has a degree in English from Kansas State University. Keith and his wife Melinda have two children with split allegiance, one a KU grad and the other a current student at K-State.
Human Resources Manager, City of Pittsburg
Carey has worked with the City of Pittsburg since October 2010, and was promoted to Human Resources Manager in December of 2015 after serving as Administrative Assistant to the Director of Human Resources. Prior to coming to Pittsburg, she worked in the HR Department at Emporia State. Carey is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), and is working on obtaining a SHRM-CP certification.
Commander - Community Response Division, City of Garden City
Michael has been employed by the Garden City Police Department since 1996 and was promoted to Captain in April of 2013. He has served in a variety of positions within the Department, to include the Patrol Division, Office of Professional Standards and his current assignment as the Commander of the Community Response Division.
Michael obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Friends University and is a graduate of the University of Kansas Certified Public Management Program. Before working for the Garden City Police Department, Michael served in the United States Marine Corps.
City Manager, City of Bel Aire
Ty Lasher is the City Manager for the City of Bel Aire, Kansas. He has spent his entire career in local government. Upon graduation from Mid-America Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Agriculture, Ty started work as a department head for Jefferson County, Kan. After five years, he accepted the same department head position with Reno County, Kan., and served in that capacity for 10 years. While working for Reno County, Ty returned to WSU to earn his graduate degree. Upon receiving his MPA, he became the City Administrator for Cheney until 2007, at which time he became the City Manager of Bel Aire. Ty has served on numerous boards, including the Bel Aire Area Chamber of Commerce, United Way and WSU Hugo Wall School Advisory Board. He is also active in KACM and ICMA. Ty is married to Denise, who is a teacher; they have a son Alex , now a high school senior, and a daughter, Jenna, a freshman in high school. Ty was elected to the KMIT Board of Trustees in October 2014; he also served a two-year term on the Board some years ago, while with the City of Cheney.
City Clerk/ Treasurer, City of Haysville
Janie began her career with Haysville during 1985 as a
police dispatcher. She was employed by the police department until 1994, when she
transferred to the City Clerk’s office as a Data Process
Coordinator/Bookkeeper. In 2007, she was promoted to Human Resources/Assistant
City Clerk and became City Clerk/Treasurer in 2011. Janie and her husband Jeff
enjoy spending time with their two children and four grandchildren in their
City Manager, City of Lindsborg
Greg DuMars is the City Administrator of Lindsborg, Kansas and has served in that capacity since 1998. During his tenure he has served on the boards of KACM and the executive committees of KMEA and KMU. He currently serves as the Chair of the KMU Advisory Board. In addition, he is on the APPA Legislation & Resolutions Committee. Greg was actively involved in the founding on the Smoky Valley Community Foundation and has served on several community boards.
Greg is married to his wife Kelly and they have three grown children; Ryan, Michael and Danielle.