• Steve McInchak, IT/Network Manager for Carmel since 1997, has died

    Steve McInchak, Information Systems/Network manager for the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea since July 1997, has died. His death was announced by his attorney Michelle Welsh, who said that Mr. McInchak had passed away very early Wednesday morning and that the cause of death was an apparent heart attack. Mr. McInchak was 63 years of age. He resided in Carmel.

    “I am stunned to learn of this sad news,” said Carmel Mayor Jason Burnett. “On behalf of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and the community that he served, I want to express my condolences to the members of his family and his friends. They are in my thoughts. Mr. McInchak oversaw significant technological changes in the City from the time he was hired 17 years ago.”

    Among Mr. McInchak’s wide-ranging duties were managing the City’s computer system development and operations activities and providing professional assistance to city staff in information systems development analysis. He also was responsible for coordinating, planning and evaluating operational systems, as well as the design, acquisition, installation, customization and documentation of all hardware and software for the City.

    A family spokesperson said that no services were planned.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 24, 2014

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