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Posted: Monday, June 27, 2011 2:00 am | Updated: 12:04 pm, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

After more than two decades in the school finance business, Todd Watkins is ready for a break.

He will retire this summer after 17 years as the business manager for Kalispell Public Schools. He spent six years before that as the business manager for the Whitefish School District and four years prior to that as an auditor for the state Department of Commerce.

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          1 comment:

          • Junie2teeth posted at 3:56 pm on Wed, Jun 29, 2011.

            Junie2teeth Posts: 1

            Nice article on Mr. Watkins. I know you are limited for space but there has been considerable more that he has done for the school system, especially the responsibility he was given when the district was changing superintendents. He has been an asset to the district and the community. The system will miss his expertise in many areas. Good luck to him and his family in the future.

             

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