Andy Dillon is Michigan's 44th State Treasurer after being named as one of Governor Rick Snyder's first appointments. As Treasurer, Andy Dillon is now responsible for overseeing changes made to the state's taxation laws, distributing revenue sharing monies, and protecting the credit rating of the state and its local units of governments. In addition, he will be charged with managing the retirement funds of Michigan's state police and judges, and its state and public school employees. Treasurer Dillon is well prepared and humbled to lead the state as its new Treasurer. He looks forward to the opportunity of serving the interest of Michigan, and all its citizens.