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Nebraska state pupil transportation director Russ Inbody passes

Thomas McMahon
Posted on April 11, 2014

State pupil transportation director Russ Inbody worked for the Nebraska Department of Education for 37 years.
State pupil transportation director Russ Inbody worked for the Nebraska Department of Education for 37 years.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Longtime Nebraska state pupil transportation director Russ Inbody died on March 18 after a long illness.

Inbody, 64, was the Nebraska Department of Education's director of finance and organizational services, a position that included overseeing school transportation matters for the state. He worked for the Department of Education for 37 years.

Inbody was a member of several professional organizations, including the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services and the Nebraska Council of School Administrators (NCSA).

NCSA officials said in a statement that Inbody "was an invaluable resource and support for school districts in his work in school finance, transportation services and negotiating the ever-complicated TEEOSA [Nebraska's Tax Equity and Educational Opportunities Support Act] formula."

Beyond his role as an education administrator, Inbody contributed to students' lives through his involvement in youth sports. For 21 years, he served as a soccer coach at Lincoln High School.

For more information on Inbody's life and career, see his obituary in the Omaha World-Herald.

Related Topics: NASDPTS, Nebraska

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