Marceline, MO -
At the Special City Council Meeting on April 8, 2019, one of the Councilís first
actions was to formally recognize the public service of outgoing Councilwoman
Natalie Wellman. Councilman Wellman served on the Council from April 2016
through April 2019. Outgoing Mayor Tyson Brammer was recognized for his
services as Mayor for 2018-2019. Brammer will continue his duties as
Councilman until 2021.
The oath of office was then administered by the City Clerk to newly elected
Councilwoman Lacey Meissen and incumbent Councilman Jeri Holt.
Councilwoman Lacey (Brammer) Meissen was born and raised in Marceline. Her
immediate family are lifelong residents. She graduated from Marceline R-V with
the class of 1994, furthering her education at Chillicothe Vocational School
with an emphasis on Business Management, later receiving her certification in
Social Services. Lacey married Vance Meissen, whom also was born and raised in
Marceline. Together, Lacey and Vance have two children. She was employed with
Gatehouse Media (Sho-Me Shopper/Linn County Leader) for 16 years as a
Multi-Media Sales Executive and is currently employed with Pioneer Skilled
Nursing by Americare as their Business Office Manager. Lacey and her family are
members of St. Bonaventure Catholic Church with their children attending Father
McCartan Memorial School. Lacey is also a member of the Marceline Eagles
Auxiliary for 23 years, a business member of the Marceline Chamber, and served
on the Planning and Zoning Board.
Councilman Jeri Holt was a Warehouse Supervisor at Walsworth Publishing Company
for 30 years until his retirement in January of 2019. He is a lifelong
resident of Marceline, graduating from Marceline R-V, and is the Fire Chief of
the Marceline Volunteer Fire Department. He has served on the City Council for
14 years and was mayor 1988-1989, 2016-2018. He worked for the Marceline Housing
Cedar Brook Square, Sunset Hills and Allison Apartments for 14 years. He is very
active in the community where he is a member of the Marceline Eagles, Marceline
Rotary and Marceline Golf Club. He retired in 2013 from refereeing middle school
and high school basketball after 29 years. He is married to Dana Holt and has
one daughter, Jennifer Holt from Moberly, Missouri. While serving on the
Marceline City Council, Jeri became a Certified Municipal Official effective
Immediately following the Oath of office was the
Council's duty of electing a new Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem to serve in those
positions for 2019-2020. Councilwoman Sallie Buck was elected by the
Council to serve as the Mayor and Councilman Jeri Holt was elected to serve as
the Mayor Pro-Tem for the City Marceline.
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