Ryan Suerth Resigns From Madison Board Of Education
Republican Town Committee Chairman Tom Banisch said the committee already is considering some candidates to replace Suerth, but he also said he would be happy to hear from anyone else who is interested.
Ryan Suerth has submitted his resignation to the Madison Board of Education, Board Chairman Debbie Frey said at the BOE meeting Tuesday night.
The board accepted his resignation with thanks for his service to the board.
Suerth said his professional and personal obligations prompted his resignation.
"I am in the process of moving my insurance coverage law practice to downtown Hartford. I am thankful for the opportunity I had to serve on the Board of Education. Ultimately, however, I need to focus on my personal and professional commitments," Suerth said Wednesday morning.
Since Suerth was a Republican, the Republican Town Committee will now submit the name of a replacement candidate to the town's Board of Selectmen, who will then decide whether to appoint that candidate to serve out the remainder of the term, which is two years.
Republican Town Committee Chairman Tom Banisch said the committee already is considering some candidates, but he also said he would be happy to hear from anyone else who is interested. Anyone who is interested can contact Banisch at email@example.com.