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April 15, 2024
CSU Knights in the News

Knights in the News | November 2023

John Tull
Fire Chief John Tull was recently hired as Salisbury’s deputy city administrator. Tull has been with the Salisbury Fire Department for 30 years, including 19 years as a senior manager in the department and the last five as chief. “I am excited to start this new chapter, working with the tremendous men and women of this city, and look forward to the new opportunities that come with this appointment.” He is a 2010 CSU graduate.

Timothy Cook
Captain Timothy Cook has been promoted to the rank of battalion chief of the City of Kannapolis Fire Department. He joined the department in 2000 and is certified as a firefighter III, a hazardous waste technician and a Level II instructor. He earned an associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree at CSU.

Pamela Rosinski
Pamela Rosinski was recently recognized for exceptional service as an environmental physical scientist at Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado. She was chosen as one of Army Materiel Command’s Employees of the Quarter. “I was happy about it,” Rosinski. “I was very surprised. It’s a great honor, and I’m very thankful I was nominated.” She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from CSU.

Ryan Lemaire
Ryan Lemaire has been named as interim chief of the Ocean Springs Police Department. He has over 22 years of experience in law enforcement. “I’m honored to be selected as the interim chief. Thank you to the mayor and the Board of Aldermen for appointing me,” said Lemaire. “I am proud to continue to serve the Ocean Springs community in this capacity.” He is a 2014 CSU graduate.

Craig Posey
Captain Craig Posey has joined the Barstow Fire Department. He began his fire career in 1986 and joined the NASCAR Fire Rescue team in 2015. He earned a bachelor’s degree in fire administration in 2022 from CSU.

Mike McGlothlin
Redington Shores has welcomed Mike McGlothlin as its new administrator. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from Columbia Southern University.

Chad Pusey
The Redkey Town Council agreed to hire Chad Pusey, a Jay County native, as the new town marshal. He previously served as chief of police in Oblong, Illinois, for 20 years. He is a 2014 CSU graduate.

 

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.

 This testimonial may not reflect the typical or ordinary experience of CSU students.

 

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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