Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins recognizes service and retirement of Emergency Management Coordinator

 

Patrick McMacken stands with Chief Douglass Bass of the Dallas County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management as Judge Clay Jenkins reads the resolution thanking McMacken for his service.

Patrick McMacken stands with Chief Douglas Bass of the Dallas County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management as Judge Clay Jenkins reads the resolution thanking McMacken for his service.

Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow

Patrick McMacken, Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Irving, was formally recognized by the Dallas County Commissioners Court after he announced his retirement  following nearly 15 years of service to the City and the surrounding area.

McMacken, a qualified FEMA instructor, assisted with events such as Super Bowl 45 and helped to handle public shelter operations following Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike and Gustav.  He was also responsible for coordinating with emergency responders on a regular basis.

Judge Jenkins spoke of the value of teamwork and diligence exhibited by McMacken. “He is well respected among his colleagues, partners, elected officials and the public,” he said.

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