April 13, 2024
CSU Knights in the News

Knights in the News | May 2023

Josh Duffy
REMSA Health recently announced the promotion of Josh Duffy to procurement manager. Duffy joined REMSA Health in 2005 and has held positions including vehicle services technician, advanced emergency services technician and logistics supervisor. In his new role as procurement manager, Duffy will be responsible for managing product supplies and vendor relationships that improve productivity and processes. He received his associate degree in applied sciences at CSU in 2017 and is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in health care administration concentrating in EMS at CSU.

Ken Prillaman
Ken Prillaman was recently named Texas Fire Chief’s Association Chief of the Year. Ken holds two associate degrees in fire science and graduated Magna Cum Laude from CSU, with a bachelor’s degree in fire administration. He is a nationally certified Fire Officer III, fire investigator, Fire Instructor II as well as an IAAI-fire investigation technician and evidence collection technician.

Dionne Rochelle Wilson
Dionne Rochelle Wilson, CSM, CEST, has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who’s Who Biographical Registry. With several years of leading safety and operations, Wilson has earned distinction as a safety and operations manager for the Center for Human Services in Modesto, California. She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health at CSU.

Rudy Duncan
GreenWood, Inc., an integrated maintenance, construction and workforce solutions provider, announces the addition of Rudy Duncan as project site leader in Carrollton, Georgia. Rudy is a current CSU student pursuing his bachelor’s degree in business administration concentrating in project management.

Jamika Reyes Taijeron
Governor Arnold I. Palacios has nominated Jamika Reyes Taijeron to the Marianas Visitors Authority board. Her nomination and subsequent confirmation by the Senate will ensure consistency and continuity in fulfilling the goals and objectives of MVA, the governor said. She is currently a CSU student pursuing a degree in business administration concentrating in international management.

Daniel Stitzel
Franklin officials have announced that Daniel Stitzel has been selected as the city’s new chief of fire and EMS. Stitzel has been the fire chief in Riverside for the past six years. He also served as the deputy chief in Mason and as shift safety officer in Huber Heights. He is a 2018 CSU graduate.

Paul Dow
City officials named Paul Dow the new McKinney Fire Department chief. Dow has served as interim fire chief since February. He brings over 27 years of experience in fire services to the department. Dow received his bachelor’s degree in fire administration in 2017.

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