Matt Clotfelter, who is currently serving as part time Special Projects Coordinator for Carroll County Emergency Management has been named as the Communication Center Coordinator/CAD Manager for E-911 by Chairman Michelle Morgan. Clotfelter currently serves as a full time Firefighter serving as a Lieutenant for Paulding County Fire Rescue until his new appointment begins January 25, 2021.
Clotfelter has over 19 years of experience in public safety and possesses extensive knowledge in information technology that will greatly benefit the county in this newly created position. Clotfelter will be responsible for the overall operation of the E-911 Communications Center facilities, will manage the Computer Aided Dispatch System (CAD), and ensure the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is maintained at a readiness to address any major events that could occur and will report directly for the E-911 Director. Clotfelter is resident and active member of the Carroll County Community and serves as a Life Group Leader at Southern Hills Church at City Station in Carrollton where he, his wife Amie, and their two boys attend Church.
Clotfelter stated, “I am looking forward to this new chapter and working closely with those who dedicate their lives to the citizens of Carroll County by serving in the 911 center. I have had an opportunity to work alongside many of them during my time as a Special Projects Coordinator and I am excited for the future and the opportunity to be a full-time member of Carroll County’s workforce.” Chairman Morgan said in a statement about the appointment, “I am excited for this new position and know it will serve the citizens of Carroll County well as we look forward to progressing into the future with the abilities of our premier E-911 Communications Center. We are extremely fortunate to have someone like Matt who has a servant’s heart and a cheery disposition to serve in this capacity.”