Allegheny County EMS Head To Step Down

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The head of Allegheny County Emergency Management Services is stepping down to take a job in Harrisburg.

Bob Full, who has worked for the county for more than a decade, will become the chief deputy director for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

His resignation takes effect March 6.

County Executive Dan Onorato will name an interim head of EMS while the search begins for a permanent replacement.

Bob Full On
Rankin Fire Sparked By Smoker
Explosion At Clairton Steel Plant Hurts 20

Allegheny County Emergency Management
Allegheny County EMS On Twitter


One Comment

  1. local says:

    Is this his reward for that fiasco in Hazelwood this past winter. This bozo should be fired instead.

  2. Hmm says:

    Really? I have to agree with local and Doomsday. Of course maybe Huss will get the job since he is such a team player and more firefighters can get off after 2 or 3 DUI stops…..amazing the politics involved.

  3. In The First Due says:

    Chief Full is one of the best emergency management directors in the country. He will be truly missed in Allegheny County. He will do the state and local region good at PEMA. Good Luck Chief.

Comments are closed.

More From CBS Pittsburgh

Bringing You The Best in Sports Talk Radio
New Podcast Network

Listen Live