The former chief executive officer of the charity Meals on Wheels will spend the next 18 months at his Dodges Ferry home, in south eastern Tasmanian, after being sentenced for stealing.
Sean Peter Burk, 62, pleaded guilty to stealing between July 4, 2012 and February 27, 2017 while leading the organisation.
The court heard that Burk systematically put money into his account for rent, car lease payments and credit card payments.
Some of the money was paid for a woman in another country, Justice Brett said.
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He exploited a legitimate salary sacrifice arrangement to exceed his entitlement by $111,186.16.
Justice Michael Brett said the enterprise was not particularly sophisticated, but was able to be carried out without difficulty because of his position.
The thefts came to an end after the charity group's financial officer discovered discrepancies.
The court heard that Burk was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and had been prescribed Sifrol which contributed to an impulse control disorder.
Justice Brett, however, said the submission was of marginal relevance to sentencing and did not mitigate moral culpability.
"The drug did not diminish your capacity to know it was dishonest and wrong," he said.
He said he was prepared to accept that the offence was out of character.
The court heard that Burk had borrowed about $20,000 to make restitution and that a payment of $4875 was imminent.
Justice Brett said the breach of trust over a sustained period meant that general deterrence was an important sentencing consideration.
He convicted Burk for stealing and ordered that he serve a sentence of home detention for 18 months.
He will be required to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and be at the premises at all times.