Andy Hornsby retires after four decades of public service - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Andy Hornsby retires after four decades of public service

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - After four decades in public service and nearly four as Deputy State Finance Director for Alabama, Andy Hornsby is retiring.

Hornsby, a Macon County native, has held numerous public service roles including at the USDA, as head of the national Food Stamp Program under President George H.W. Bush and as Alabama Director of Human Resources under several Alabama Governors.

"Andy will always be a friend to state government and the employees who make it work," said State Finance Director Jim Main. "I thank him for his service, and especially for his tireless efforts to help all of us in this administration achieve our goal of transparent, more accountable government."

Hornsby is a 1968 graduate of Auburn University, and was this year named one of the top 40 graduates of the AU College of Business.

His retirement is effective Friday, October 31.

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