Councilman   Ryan   Sullivan   will   resign   following the   Jan.   16   work   session.   He   decided   to   take   a job   as   asset   manager   for   an   oil   startup   company in     Houston.     Sullivan     said     that     he     enjoyed serving   the   citizens   of   Billings.   Councilman   Mike Yakawich   said   that   it   was   real   good   experience to    work    with    Ryan    Sullivan    for    city    and    the recently   elected   council   member   Penny   Ronning expressed   hope   to   see   more   people   of   Sullivan generation in Billings City Council. New   city   city   council   member   will   be   appointed within   30   days   of   resignation   date   which   has   to be   confirmed   by   the   majority   of   the   council   or there will be a special election. Ryan   Sullivan   was   born   in   Boston,   Massachusetts   and   spent   his   school   years   in Texas.      As   a   petroleum   engineer,   his   first   assignment   out   of   college   was   in   Cody, Wyoming,   where   he   met   his   wife,   Kassie.      After   a   stint   in   Denver,   Kassie   and   Ryan were   elated   to   move   to   Billings   to   be   near   family   in   Montana   and   Wyoming.      Kassie and Ryan have three children. Ryan   serves   as   a   member   of   the   Administrative   Council   at   Shiloh   United   Methodist Church,   and   as   a   Board   Member   for   the   Montana   Petroleum   Association.      Prior   to   his election   to   the   Billings   City   Council,   he   was   a   member   of   the   City   of   Billings   Public Works Board. Ryan   has   a   BS   in   Petroleum   Engineering   from   the   University   of   Texas   at Austin   and   an   MBA   from   the   University   of   Wyoming.     He is also a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Montana..
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  Council member Ryan Sullivan will resign from his elected position by the end of the month.
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Councilman    Ryan    Sullivan will   resign   following   the   Jan. 16       work       session.       He decided    to    take    a    job    as asset    manager    for    an    oil startup   company   in   Houston. Sullivan   said   that   he   enjoyed serving      the      citizens      of Billings.     Councilman     Mike Yakawich    said    that    it    was real     good     experience     to work   with   Ryan   Sullivan   for city   and   the   recently   elected council       member       Penny Ronning   expressed   hope   to see   more   people   of   Sullivan generation    in    Billings    City Council. New       city       city       council member    will    be    appointed within   30   days   of   resignation   date   which   has   to   be   confirmed   by the majority of the council or there will be a special election. Ryan    Sullivan    was    born    in    Boston,    Massachusetts    and spent   his   school   years   in   Texas.      As   a   petroleum   engineer, his   first   assignment   out   of   college   was   in   Cody,   Wyoming, where   he   met   his   wife,   Kassie.      After   a   stint   in   Denver, Kassie   and   Ryan   were   elated   to   move   to   Billings   to   be   near family   in   Montana   and   Wyoming.      Kassie   and   Ryan   have three children. Ryan   serves   as   a   member   of   the   Administrative   Council   at Shiloh   United   Methodist   Church,   and   as   a   Board   Member for    the    Montana    Petroleum    Association.        Prior    to    his election   to   the   Billings   City   Council,   he   was   a   member   of the City of Billings Public Works Board. Ryan     has     a     BS     in     Petroleum     Engineering     from     the University    of    Texas    at    Austin    and    an    MBA    from    the University     of     Wyoming.          He     is     also     a     registered Professional Engineer in the State of Montana..
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  Council member Ryan Sullivan will resign from his elected position by the end of the month.