MIRS Biographical Profiles
Dillon, Andy (R)Treasury
Governor Rick Snyder appointed Andy Dillon as Michigan's 44th State Treasurer effective January 1, 2011.
Under State Treasurer Andy Dillon's direction, the Michigan Department of Treasury collects, invests, and disburses all state monies. The Department administers major tax laws, property tax laws, and safeguards the credit of the state and its local units of government. Treasury also invests retirement funds of Michigan's state employees, public school employees, state police and judges. In addition, Treasury distributes revenue sharing monies to local units of government, audits municipal finance records, and reunites abandoned property with its rightful owner.
Andy Dillon has served three terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, and was elected by his colleagues to serve as Speaker of the House during his final two terms. He is married to Carol Dillon, and together, they are proud parents of four children, Matt, Jack, Austin and Teagan.
Prior to achieving elected office, Mr. Dillon served as the managing director of Wynnchurch Capital, vice president of GE Capital, and worked as a financial analyst at WR Grace. In addition, Mr. Dillon practiced law for seven years after graduating with his law and accounting degrees from the University of Notre Dame, and worked as an administrative assistant to U.S. Senator Bill Bradley.
Dillon has a B.A. from Michigan State University and a M.A. from University of Notre Dame.
Dillon is married to his wife Carol and they have 4 Children: Matt, Jack, Austin, Teagan.
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Cell Phone: (517) 373-3223
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