Mr. Sengstock retired in 2012 having spent more than 22 years in public service as Finance Director or Assistant Finance Director in the Ohio cities of Pepper Pike, Macedonia, Huron, and Sylvania along with Grand Ledge, Michigan. His responsibilities and duties included financial/treasury management, budget administration, accounting, payroll, human resources, income tax and utility billing administration, purchasing, and legal/audit compliance of State laws and City Charter(s). During his early career he also served as zoning clerk and assistant zoning inspector in Sylvania Township, Ohio.
Mr. Sengstock also held marketing and regional sales/consulting positions for over 13 years with several public fund accounting software development firms; Software Solutions, Inc. FundBalance, and Tyler Technologies, in both Ohio and Michigan.
Mr. Sengstock is currently a Citizen Auditor with Citizen Auditors of Ohio. As a Citizen Auditor he reviews, analyzes, and prepares financial analysis reports of governmental unites for use in financial forecasting based upon averaging and trending of historical financial data presented in audited financial reports. He also presents instruction in classroom settings designed to assist citizens in understanding governmental fund accounting and reporting so they can become informed citizens and voters..
Gary Sherck's background is accounting: public, hospital, and governmental accounting. In 2004, Mr. Scherk retired from the Defense Contract Audit Agency, with over nineteen years of government contract auditing experience. His accounting career began in public accounting with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. (Now KPMG), then Mt. Sinai Hospital, followed by Lakewood Hospital before he accepted a job with the audit agency for the Department of Defense and NASA. While working at Lakewood Hospital, owned by the City of Lakewood at the time, he was appointed Manager of the Lakewood Federal Credit Union.
For over forty years, he has lived in the Village of Moreland Hills. In 1977, during Mayor Keeter's first year in office, RITA was being formed to collect local income taxes. In April 1977, Mayor Keeter appointed Mr. Sherck as the first RITA Tax Administrator for the Village, which provided his entry into municipal finance. He is a former elected member of the Moreland Hills Village Council.