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Lisa Jordan announced as the new EMS Director

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Lisa Jordan has been announced as the new Madison County E.M.S. Director. Her first day will be Monday, June 1. Jordan has been working for Madison County E.M.S. for over 23 years. For the last month, she has been training with Director Juan Botino, who retires on May 29. “Juan has been a fixture in the community and it will be big shoes to fill,” said Jordan. “We will miss him.” Jordan is looking forward to serving the public in a new way. After 23 years of working in an ambulance, she has to get used to working out of the office. Her new responsibilities include overseeing the day-to-day aspect, the employees and their calls and all the paperwork. “I am proud of the opportunity to still be able to serve Madison County and be at Madison County EMS,” said Jordan. Perks of the job change include more time for her family. She is married to Madison Fire Rescue Chief Bruce Jordan, and they have a daughter and son. “I still had plenty of time with my kids on my two days off, but now I get to see them every night and on weekends,” said Jordan.

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