One who has charge of funds or revenues, especially the chief financial officer of a government, corporation, or association.(noun)
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Use "treasurer" in a sentence
"The group's treasurer is a man named Jason Miller, who, according to the FEC report, is with a Republican political consulting firm called Jamestown Associates."
"When the AFL-CIO meets in Pittsburgh Sept. 13-17, Trumka, now the AFL-CIO's secretary-treasurer, is expected to replace Sweeney, who is retiring after 14 years leading the nation's largest labor coalition through troubling times."
"Giannoulias, the sitting Illinois treasurer, is running neck-and-neck with Rep. Mark Kirk, struggling to deny the GOP the symbolic victory of grabbing the president's old seat."