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CEMA Staff Member Completes Emergency Management Certification

Randall Mathews

The Chatham County Board of Commissioners congratulates Randall Mathews for the completion of all required courses for the Georgia Basic Certified Emergency Manager designation. The certification is issued by the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, and is encouraged for all emergency management staff in the state of Georgia. Mr. Mathews makes the fifth Certified Emergency Manager on staff with CEMA.  "We are very proud of Randall.  Through his commitment to achieving state certification, he exemplifies the dedication and passion needed for this profession." - Dennis Jones, CEMA Director.



Last Updated: March 5, 2018 4:50 PM

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