Sue Mittereder will retire on July 30 after serving Fairfax County as a legislative liaison and director since 1988. Her advocacy work in public education, public safety, transportation, taxation and human services has positively impacted Fairfax County and made life better for its citizens.
She will be missed at the Capitol.
“Sue has been great to work with. She has a wealth of knowledge,” said Dean Lynch, VACo Deputy Executive Director. “We’ve relied on her public policy analysis for many years. She’s been a stalwart in working with the money committees and legislators. I wish her the best in her future endeavors.”
Below is a resolution presented to Sue from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
WHEREAS, Susan E. Mittereder began her career in Fairfax County in 1988 after more than four years of service with Fairfax County Public Schools; and
WHEREAS, beginning with the 1989 General Assembly session, Susan Mittereder has staunchly defended Fairfax County before the state legislature and advocated for the county at the federal level; and
WHEREAS, in protecting the interests of Fairfax County, Susan Mittereder made significant personal sacrifices, including many months away from home; and
WHEREAS, her advocacy in areas such as public education, public safety, transportation, taxation and human services has saved the county millions of dollars and benefited residents in countless other ways; NOW THEREFORE
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, on behalf of all residents of Fairfax County, does hereby thank Susan E. Mittereder for her many years of distinguished service to the residents of Fairfax County and wishes her a joyful and fulfilling retirement.
Sharon Bulova, Chairman
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
June 18, 2013