County Volunteer EMS Chief Announces His Departure

By Coordinator/Public Information Officer William Smith

At the bi-monthly Charles County Association of Emergency Medical Services meeting on Monday June 10th, County EMS Chief Yesse announced he has been deployed to New York to continue his active duty employment with the Air Force Reserves for the next two years.

Reluctantly, he will step down as our County Volunteer EMS Chief effective June 30th to re-locate to his next duty station. We wish all the very best to Chief Yesse and his family as he embarks on his next duty assignment; once this assignment is over we remain hopeful he and his family will come back to our county and continue his service the community.

Pictured left to right: Waldorf EMS Chief Lewis. CCAEMS President Yates, Chief Yesse, and CCAEMS Secretary Robin Windsor

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