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Dawn Marie Sass

For Wisconsin State Treasurer


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Dawn Marie Sass was elected as Wisconsins thirty-third Treasurer on November 7, 2006. IDawn is the third female Treasurer in the States history.

Born in 1959, Dawn is a Milwaukee native. Paying her own way through college,SSass received a BA in history and political science from UW Milwaukee in 1994. Most recently, Dawn was a Milwaukee County juvenile justice custody placement specialist.She has served as a probation officer and a child welfare worker. Dawn was named Department of Human Services Employee of the Month in May, 2004 and was honoredffor twenty-five years of service in August, 2006.

Dawn served as a treasurer for Wisconsin Electrical Contractors Corporation for 18 years and ran Dawn Electric for two years.She has also been a proud member of AFSCME for 28 years and was elected and served as treasurer of Local 645 for seven years.

Dawn has been elected a delegate to three Democratic National Conventions in 1996, 2000 and 2004. Dawn served on the Credentials Committee in Denver attthe 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Dawn is a member of the State Board of Commissioners of Public Lands; State Depository Selection Board; Insurance Security Fund (Board of Directors); State of Wisconsin Investment Board; Wisconsin Retirement Fund; Wisconsin College Savings Board.

Do you believe you may have unclaimed funds from an uncashed paycheck, dormant savings account, or an insurance refund. You may be surprised. To search for unclaimed property and to obtain additional information about unclaimed property, please click here: Unclaimed Property.

The State Treasurers office maintains custody and records for all property received under provisions of the uniform unclaimed property act and general escheat laws. The Treasurer reviews, and if necessary, audits business and corporate records to assure compliance with unclaimed property statutes.

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