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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Meet Our New Public Safety Specialists!

The League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) recently welcomed two new members to the Loss Control team. They both bring experience, training, and a knowledge of cities with them as they move into their new roles assisting our members in reducing losses. Tracy and Troy will apply their wealth of experience in the areas of public safety and public works to their duties as field representatives.

Tracy Stille
Tracy recently retired from the Maple Grove Police Department where he served in a variety of positions, including patrol officer, investigator, patrol sergeant, emergency response unit team leader, sergeant of investigations, services captain, and patrol captain. Previously he served with several rural police departments in McLeod and Sibley Counties and was also employed as a special deputy with the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office. 

Tracy has a Master of Science degree in criminal justice from St. Cloud State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in law enforcement from Mankato State University. His training also includes numerous executive level management and leadership development courses. Tracy is a certified emergency manager through the MN Department of Public Safety, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. He grew up on a rural farm in McLeod County.

Tracy started with the League of Minnesota Cities on November 17 and will be working as a Loss Control Consultant covering the Northeast Region of Minnesota.

Troy Walsh
Troy is a state-certified Firefighter 1 & 2 with 16 years of service in the City of Victoria Fire Department and is the current Assistant Fire Chief and Fire Marshal. He is also state-certified as a Fire Instructor, Fire Officer, and a Public Fire Educator. Troy holds an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science Technology from Hennepin Technical College. He is also a Hazardous Materials Technician and a member of the Carver County Hazardous Materials Group. Troy is a National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

For the past 14 years, Troy worked in the Public Works Department in Victoria. He most recently oversaw the Streets and Storm Water Divisions. He was a member of the city safety committee and oversaw the safety training and safety policies for the City of Victoria. He holds a Class-D Water License from the Minnesota Department of Health and a Class-SC Wastewater License from Minnesota Pollution Control. He will receive his Road Scholar Certification from Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program or MnLTAP in May of 2015.

Troy was born, raised, and still resides in the southwest metro community of Victoria. He has a long history with the community and its city departments.

Troy started with the League of Minnesota Cities on November 17 and will be working as a Loss Control Consultant covering the Southwest Region of Minnesota.


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