Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Mild Resigns


SAN ANGELO, TX — Long time Tom Green County lawman and current Tom Green County and San Angelo Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Mild has resigned.  

Mild told Tom Green County Commissioners Tuesday morning that he was resigning as Emergency Management Coordinator to take a job in the private sector.  Tom Green County Judge Steve Floyd said he, “Wanted to thank Steve (Mild) for his 25-plus years of service to the County.”

MIld said, “It has been an honor to serve the citizens of Tom Green County and San Angelo for all these years.”  Mild said he has taken a job with a pipeline safety company and will still live in San Angelo and work in the San Angelo and Abilene areas. 

According to the City of San Angelo’s website, A division of the San Angelo Fire Department, the Office of Emergency Management is a unique agency that serves the City of San Angelo and Tom Green County. Under federal and state regulations, the directors of the emergency management program are our chief elected officials: County Judge Steve Floyd and Mayor Brenda Gunter. Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Mild oversees the daily operations of the program.  

The Office of Emergency Management works closely with all city, county, state and federal agencies. Emergency Management also partners with many other agencies, such as the American Red Cross, volunteer fire departments, REACT, the Amateur Radio Club, the San Angelo Emergency Corps, the Salvation Army, the Local Emergency Planning Committee, the National Weather Service, Goodfellow Air Force Base, the Civil Air Patrol, local hospitals, and all area school districts to make our city and county as disaster-resistant as possible.

There has been no official word about finding Mild’s replacement.  Mild's resignation is effective Friday, June 15.    

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