Francine Irving Neff (December 6, 1925 – February 9, 2010) was the 35th Treasurer of the United States, serving from June 21, 1974 to January 19, 1977. She was appointed by Richard Nixon but continued serving as Treasurer through Gerald Ford's term in office after Nixon resigned in August 1974.
Neff took office at a time when the role of Treasurer was being reorganized. The Treasurer was named National Director of the Savings Bonds Division for the first time during her term. She was also the first Treasurer to manage a bureau and the first to report to the Undersecretary for Monetary Affairs. Neff also oversaw the Treasury-wide bicentennial program.
Neff grew up on a small vegetable farm outside of Mountainair, NM. Neff was a member of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, and held an honorary doctorate from New Mexico State University.
Francine Irving Neff died from heart failure on February 9, 2010 in Pena Blanca, New Mexico.