Board of Trustees
Jeff Haenggi – Trustee -
Jeff and his family have been Rose Hill residents for 7 years. Professionally, his background in Finance and Investment Portfolio Management brings a numbers and business mindset to the Trustee position. An emphasis on really watching taxes has resulted in the Board lowering the Mill Levy three times, while property values have been increasing, resulting in township taxes staying extremely constant for three years. Jeff was appointed to the township Board in March of 2015 and re-elected in Nov of 2016. (The beach ball was found blowing down a township road, while checking roads after a storm, with no houses within 3/4 mile :-))
Katie Gossman – Treasurer -
I am a wife and mother of two. I am primarily a stay-at-home mother. I enjoy planting a garden in the summer, I like to cook, and I like to be outdoors. While employed as an Equipment Operator on the Road Crew for KDOT, I earned my class A CDL with my tanker endorsement and have kept that current. I have an Associate’s degree in Business Administration and took most of my electives in finances and accounting. I am a member of Phi Theta Kappa because of my academic achievements and have earned academic scholarships. Math has always been one of my stronger points. For several years, I took care of the books for a friend of mine for his business before I had to quit that due to the long drive each way. I served as Treasurer for my children’s school PTO. I re-wrote their by-laws so they could file a 501c3 and I got them set up with financial software and a method to pass information easily from one person to the next . I started working as Treasurer of Pleasant Township in October of 2014.
Michael E. Seeds – Clerk -
Michael moved to Rose Hill in 1975 with his family and attended K-12 at Rose Hill schools. He lives in the same house he grew up in; which he now shares with his wife Debbie, five dogs and three cats. Michael is the Vice President of Operations for a local company with over 25 years of management experience. He follows the words his father always told him, “Nothing is impossible, just improbable.”