PSATS mourns the loss of Tim Horner
It is with deep sadness that the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors mourns the passing of Tim Horner, the current chair of the PSATS Trustees.
Tim passed in the hospital Saturday, Nov. 14, from non-COVID complications from pneumonia, according to his family.
Tim was a township supervisor from Chapman Township, Clinton County. He previously served as a supervisor in Manchester Township, York County. Tim had served on the PSATS executive board in many capacities, including PSATS president as well as Chairman of the Board prior to becoming a Trustee.
Tim also represented townships on the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust (PLGIT).
An avid antique collector and sportsman, Tim personified service, having been involved in a multitude of community activities sharing his financial acumen.
“A fierce advocate for commonsense local government, Tim was a staunch defender of local control and a long-time opponent of mandatory forced consolidation efforts,” said PSATS Executive Director David Sanko. “All Pennsylvanians will miss his voice and funny stories.”
“Tim was a wealth of knowledge and left us with many good memories,” PSATS President Marvin Meteer said.
“Tim was one of the good guys…dedicated to serving others. He will be greatly missed,” PSATS Board Chairman A.J. Boni added.
(Ginni Linn is executive editor-print communications manager for the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors.)