Council member Tony McNeill was elected to the City Council in April 2009. He has been a resident of Lansing since 2002. McNeill retired from the Marine Corps in 2005 and is serving as the Deputy Director, U.S. Army SHARP Academy on Fort Leavenworth.
Council member McNeill has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Dakota (1983) and a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management from Webster University (2004).
McNeill previously served on the Lansing Board of Zoning Appeals (2008-2009) and has been involved in the community serving as a volunteer coach in support of the Lansing Parks and Recreation Department's sports programs (2002-2006). He currently serves as a member of the Solid Waste Advisory Group and as a member of the Joint Fire Board.
Council member McNeill enjoys baseball (die-hard Kansas City Royals fan), fishing and home improvement projects. He has been married to his wife, Nina, since 1983. They have three children: two sons - Tylor, a Lansing High School graduate in 2007 and Washburn University graduate, 2012; Sam, who graduated from Lansing High School in 2013 and attends the University of Kansas; and a daughter, Ellie, a Lansing High School graduate in 2009 and Kansas City Kansas Community College graduate in 2012. McNeill has two grandchildren, Sophie and Sadie.