Dearborn Co. Commissioners Name New Administrator

Posted On July 19, 2017

By Mike Perleberg

(Dearborn County, Ind.) – Dearborn County Commissioners have a new right-hand woman.

Commissioners announced at their meeting on Tuesday, July 18 that Sue Hayden has been hired as the new county administrator. Hayden has been an administrative assistant for the county since 2007.

She takes over as county administrator for Terri Randall, who she had worked closely with. Randall recently left the position to become the leader of One Dearborn, a new local economic development organization which launched on July 17.

“I’m very honored and happy to try and fill Terri’s shoes,” Hayden says.

As county administrator, Hayden will be responsible for carrying out commissioners’ orders in day-to-day operations. HAyden believes it is important to the public that somebody is in the office each day.

Hayden’s promotion will save some taxpayer money. A new administrative assistant won’t need to be hired, as Hayden will continue handling administrative assistant duties.

Hayden graduated from Lawrenceburg High School in 1981, then went on to earn a small business management degree from Ball State University. The Greendale resident has two grown sons living in Arizona and Colorado.


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