Terry M. McNatt announced plans to run for County Treasurer

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Terry M. McNatt recently announced he is a candidate for Craighead County treasurer in the May 2012 Democratic Primary elections.

Terry McNatt

"I have served in law enforcement for more than 20 years, 17 of those as D.A.R.E. Coordinator in Craighead County." McNatt said. "I am looking forward for the opportunity to show the citizens of this county that I can continue that service as their county treasurer."

McNatt, born and raised in Dixie, Ark., is a graduate of Brookland High School. He is also a graduate of Arkansas State University with a degree in accounting.

He has been married to his wife, Trudy Lloyd McNatt, for 17 years and they are parents of a 3 year old son, Layne.

McNatt has been awarded both the State of Arkansas D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year and Optimist Club of Jonesboro International Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. He has also been a recipient of the Jerry Suiter Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. He is a top team member graduate of the Arkansas/Oklahoma D.A.R.E. Officers Training and a Certified Law Enforcement General Instructor.

McNatt is a current member of the Brookland Public Schools Board of Directors where he has served as president, secretary and disbursing officer. McNatt also serves as a deacon and youth director for Grace Temple Baptist Church.

McNatt's business and community experience extends to numerous other areas including the Arkansas Society of Accountants, Arkansas Cattleman's Association, former Board of Director for Crimestoppers of Jonesboro, Owner/Member of LM Polled Hereford Farms, McNatt L&F, LM Legal Process and McNatt Farms LLC.

"My business experience, accounting background, knowledge of this county's government and my dedicated service to the citizens of this county makes me uniquely qualified to serve as their county treasurer," McNatt said. "I will bring dedication, integrity, and commitment to the county treasurer's position. I am excited about this new chapter in Craighead County."

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