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July 21, 2024
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Knights in the News | May 2021

Ian Lauterwasser
Ian Lauterwasser has been hired as the field operations and safety manager for Windemuller, an IT communications company. Lauterwasser holds more than a decade of industry experience and eight years of military service. He holds a degree in occupational safety and health from CSU.

Leon Holloway
Duncan Aviation announced that Leon Holloway has accepted the position of director of human resources. In this senior management position, Holloway will manage all core functions of human resources, professional development, talent acquisition, and wellness. Holloway earned his MBA in HR management from CSU.

Mario Partida
Mario Paritda has been selected to be the chief of Missouri City’s Fire and Rescue Services Department. Partida brings 26 years of fire service experience to the role. He joined the city of Missouri City in 2019 as assistant fire chief and was promoted to acting fire chief in 2020. He is working toward a bachelor’s degree in fire science from CSU.

Wilburn Reed Jr.
Wilburn “Wil” Reed Jr. was promoted to the head of the Gasden (Alabama) Fire Department. Reed entered the fire service as a volunteer firefighter when he was 15 years old. He holds an associate degree from CSU and is currently pursuing his bachelor’s.

Daren Ziglar
Forsyth County, North Carolina, recently named Daren Ziglar as emergency services director. Ziglar currently manages Life Star Emergency Services, one of the county’s contract non-emergency medical transport providers. He is also currently the chief of the Walkertown Volunteer Fire Department. Ziglar holds a bachelor’s degree in health care administration from CSU.

Corey Fabricatore
Corey Fabricatore of Dickson City, Pennsylvania, was recently inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Fabricatore holds a bachelor’s degree in fire administration from CSU and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in emergency services management.

Disclaimer: These testimonials may not reflect the experience of all CSU students.
Multiple factors, including prior experience, geography, and degree field, affect career outcomes.
CSU does not guarantee a job, promotion, salary increase, eligibility for a position, or other career growth.

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