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Rhonda Anno Announces Campaign for Macon County Collector

Republican Rhonda Anno has announced her candidacy for Macon County Collector. The county collector is the elected official who is responsible for collection and distributing current and delinquent taxes for various taxing entities.

“I am very excited to announce my candidacy for county collector,” said Anno. “I have been blessed to have been able to serve such a large variety of roles in my community, from my work in the Macon County Assessor’s Office, to my work with the Macon Historical Society, I have always strived to put my community first. I am bringing that same spirit and determination to the Collector’s office. The people deserve a collector they know they can trust.”

Anno is a graduate of Albany Technical College with a Graphic Arts Degree. She currently works for Macon County Title & Escrow and was also the Deputy Assessor & Geographic Systems Coordinator for the Macon County Assessor’s Office for seven and a half years. She also served as a banking and leasing representative for outside sales for 13 years.

Anno is married to her husband, Larry—a veteran of the United States Marine Corp, and the couple has two children together: their daughter, Cody Anno (23) is a graduate of Macon High School and the University of Missouri, and their son, Lane (17) is a senior at Macon High School who plans on attending the University of Missouri after he graduates.

Anno, who was born on a military base in Germany and grew up in a military family, gave her thoughts on public service, “growing up, it was always drilled into me the importance of serving one’s community in whatever capacity I could. My life has shown me the importance of our shared community values and of giving back. Simply put, I see a position where I could do a lot of good, where I can assure the taxpayers of the county that their money would be used responsibly, and that’s something I have a lot of passion for.”

In addition to her work as a mother and agent, Anno is heavily involved in community service. She serves on the Bevier Homecoming Committee, as well as an active volunteer for Wreaths Across America. She has been both a member of the PTO committee and a MASA Soccer coach. Anno also serves as a Veterans of Foreign Wars flag collectors and is an ardent member of the National Rifle Association.