St. Clair County Employees’ Retirement System
The St. Clair County Employees’ Retirement System, under the authority of
Section 12a of Act No. 156, of the Public Acts of 1851, as added by Act No. 249
of the Public Acts of 1943, as amended, is continued for the purpose of
providing retirement income to qualifying employees and former employees, and
survivor income to their qualifying beneficiaries.
The St. Clair County Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees: Authority
The administration, management and responsibility for the proper operation of
the retirement system, and for interpreting and making effective the provisions
of the retirement ordinance are vested in a Board of Trustees consistent with
Article IX, Section 24 of the State of Michigan Constitution and P.A. 314 of
1965 as amended and other applicable law.
Retirement System Links
Retirement System Board of Trustees
Deborah Martin, Chairperson (Road Commission Employee)
Matthew Paulus, Vice Chairperson (St. Clair County Employee)
Gordon Bernhardt, Trustee (Citizen)
William Blumerich, Trustee (Road Commission Board Chairman)
William Herpel, Trustee (Retiree)
Pamela Johnson, Trustee (Community Mental Health Authority Employee)
Geoff Donaldson, Trustee (St. Clair County Employee)
Karry Hepting, Trustee (St. Clair County Administrator)
Gregory McConnell, Trustee (St. Clair County Board of Commissioner)
The Board of Trustee’s regular meetings are normally conducted on the third
Tuesday of each month. They are held in the St. Clair County Administration
Building at 200 Grand River Avenue, Port Huron, MI 48060 in the second floor
conference room B at 8:00 a.m.
For more information, please contact Tami Rumsey.
200 Grand River Avenue, Ste. 206
Port Huron, MI 48060