Alexandria, La. (Jan. 6, 2020) — David Crutchfield, finance director for the City of Alexandria, has submitted a two week notice Monday, with a scheduled last day of work with the city of January 17.
“I have really enjoyed my time with the City of Alexandria,” Crutchfield said. “It has been a very rewarding career. I’ve had the opportunity to work with three different mayors, and work with a lot of wonderful, talented people. I know I will miss it, but after 14 years I am ready for a new challenge.”
Crutchfield started his career with the City of Alexandria as Finance Director in July of 2004 under Mayor Ned Randolph. He left briefly in 2011 and returned in 2013 under Mayor Jacques Roy. In his time with the City of Alexandria Crutchfield has regularly been recognized for his outstanding service and quality of work. The city’s budget has earned a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officer’s Association every year under Crutchfield’s leadership.
“David has done an outstanding job for the City of Alexandria,” Mayor Jeffrey W. Hall said. “He is a very dedicated, knowledgeable professional who has provided outstanding leadership of the Finance Department. It is rare to see someone serve in such a critical position in the administrations of three different mayors, which is a testament to David’s abilities. Personally, I have appreciated his insights and institutional knowledge. He has served the citizens of Alexandria well, and I thank him for that and I wish him all the best in the future.”
A replacement for Finance Director has not been determined.
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