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GREENVILLE, S.C. — The SC Emergency Management Assoc. recently presented the Greenville County Emergency Management Division with the Agency of the Year award. The award was received for making significant improvements to mitigate, respond to, and recover from a disaster.
“Greenville County Emergency Management’s award as the 2018 SCEMA Agency of the Year was well deserved,“ said SCEMA President Mario Formisano. “The agency continues to be a top performer and has been very proactive in ensuring their communities are prepared for the next disaster.”
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GCEMD is led by Captain Damon Hubber and is a division of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. The agency is tasked with planning, coordinating, and implementing all emergency management related activities for Greenville County.
“It was an honor to receive this award from SCEMA,“ said Hubber. “It represents the hard work the employees in the Emergency Management Division devote to their profession daily to make sure the citizens of Greenville County receive the services they deserve in the event of a disaster.”
Also on staff are Deputy Director Sergeant Jay Marett, Community Relations Coordinator Rachel Nafziger, Program Coordinator David Miller, Special Operations Coordinator Kevin King, and Planning Coordinator Jessica Stumpf.
The award was presented at SCEMA’s annual workshop. SCEMA serves the emergency management community by providing information, professional development, and networking through state and local agencies, private industries, and volunteer organizations to advance the emergency management profession.
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