Colleen Redpath Feger announced her campaign for Springfield City Treasurer in the April 2023 consolidated election. Redpath Feger says she has the experience making her ready to serve as City Treasurer starting on day one. Redpath Feger has worked for the City of Springfield for almost twenty years including the past four years serving as the Deputy Treasurer for Springfield.
“My roots in Springfield run deep. Growing up on Springfield’s North End, I learned the values of hard work and accountability. Those values have instilled in me a passion for public service. I am not running for the title or fame; I am running to serve the people of Springfield and our community. I am confident that with my work ethic and background I can help the city move forward.” Redpath Feger said.
Redpath Feger graduated from Ursuline Academy High School, and then attended Lincoln Land Community College where she earned an Associate’s Degree. Redpath Feger then worked in the banking industry in Springfield for several years. Following that Redpath Feger started her career at the City of Springfield working in the Information System Division for sixteen years before serving as the Deputy Treasurer for the past four years. Colleen and her husband, Josh, have been married for 16 years and have 2 children, Emma and Evin.