BOISE – The Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA) honored Debbie Geyer, Caldwell City Clerk, with the 2018 Dr. James B. Weatherby Award at the association’s annual Institute in Coeur d’Alene on September 20.
The Dr. James B. Weatherby Award is given annually by the ICCTFOA to individuals who have served the city clerks, treasurers and finance officers in their pursuit of excellence, effectiveness and efficiency in municipal government. The award is named after Dr. James B. Weatherby, former Director of the Public Policy Center at Boise State University and a past executive director of the Association of Idaho Cities.
Debbie Geyer, a native of Idaho, was raised in Caldwell and is a graduate of George Fox University. She has worked for the City of Caldwell for the past 17 years and was appointed City Clerk in 2005. Prior to returning to the State of Idaho in 2001, Debbie and her husband lived in several different states and overseas posts as assigned by the U.S. Army while her husband served as a military chaplain.
Debbie has worked extensively with non-profit and government agencies over the years in administrative capacities. She is currently a member of several boards including the Idaho State Historical Records Advisory Board, Friends of the Caldwell Train Depot, the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, the Caldwell Veterans Council, and she chairs the City of Caldwell Youth Master Plan Committee.
Debbie was ICCTFOA President in 2013-14 and has also served on the City Clerks Technical Analysis Team of the AIC Legislative Committee. Debbie enjoys being involved in community events, traveling, and speed walking.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Post on Facebook by her husband: I am so proud of my wife. This evening at the Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA) Conference, she was awarded the “Dr. James B. Weatherby Award.” This award is given once a year “in recognition of outstanding service to the Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers of the State of Idaho!” Photos by Norman Geyer, proud husband