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Dawson County Emergency Services deputy chief honored by Congressman Collins
Former commissioner also recognized
Satterfield award
Pictured right, Bill Kokaly, field representative for Congressman Doug Collins, and former Dawson County Emergency Services Deputy Chief Tim Satterfield, pictured left. - photo by For the Dawson County News
Dawson County’s own Tim Satterfield is among a distinguished few first responders across Georgia’s Ninth District to be honored by Congressman Doug Collins. He was recognized during the Dawson County Republican Party meeting on Sept. 19 and was selected for the honor by the local GOP. Satterfield is a 41-year fire service veteran and currently serves as deputy chief of Dawson County Emergency Services. “First responders represent some of the most selfless and skillful public servants I know,” said Collins. “As the son of a Georgia State Trooper, I have seen their commitment to their neighbors throughout my life, and Deputy Chief Satterfield is an example of humble service. I’m grateful that northeast Georgia is home to such brave first responders.”