North Judson Town Superintendent Announces Resignation

North Judson Town Superintendent Marshall Horstmann announced his plan to resign from his position during Monday night’s Town Council meeting.

At this end of his report, Horstmann informed the council that he was submitting his formal two weeks notice. He said that his final day working for the town will Monday, January 21st.

Horstmann added that at 4 p.m. on that day, he will turn his phone and keys over to Assistant Town Superintendent Randy Schwartz. He explained that he’ll be working with Schwartz in the coming days to ensure he’s aware of everything the position entails.

“During the next two weeks, I plan to make sure Randy is up to date on instructions he will need to fill out water and wastewater reports with IDEM.” He continued, “I will work to make sure that the transition is as smooth as possible for my crew.”

Horstmann thanked all the devoted employees he’s worked closely with in the department and extended his gratitude to them for working well together as a team.

Councilman James Young took a moment at the end of the meting to thank Horstmann for his dedication to the Town while serving as an employee over the last 14 years.

Councilwoman Wendy Hoppe added that Horstmann’s shoes will be tough to fill and thanked his wife, Marsha, for the support she’s provided throughout her husband’s time as Town Superintendent.