​​​Kevin L. Lewis

4 years from July 1, 2021

In February 2016, Kevin became the Director of Emergency Services for Training and Quality Assurance for Washington County, Maryland.  There he oversees and participates in all public safety training including Communications, EMS, Fire, and Rescue. Prior to that he served as the Deputy Director for the Division beginning in 2006.  He was then appointed the Director of Emergency Services and functioned as the Emergency Manager from 2008 to 2017.  Kevin also services on the Maryland Incident Management Team where he is trained in several positions.  Kevin has been involved in fire and emergency services for over 30 years.  Originally he started in Frederick County as a volunteer Firefighter and Medic with Frederick County ALS.  In 1987, he began as a career Paramedic with the Baltimore County Fire Department of which he resigned in 2006 as a Lieutenant.  Kevin continues to volunteer with the Williamsport Volunteer Fire Department where he has served in several elected and appointed leadership positions. Kevin is currently a Maryland Firefighter and Paramedic.  Kevin Lewis is a native of the Frederick County/Washington County area.  He was educated in the Frederick County School System and graduated from Middletown High School.  Kevin graduated from Hagerstown Community College in 1984 as a Radiologic Technologist.  Kevin also graduated from the University of Maryland University College in January, 2017 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Safety Administration.  Kevin teaches part-time with the University of Maryland, Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute as a field instructor teaching fire and emergency medical services courses.  Kevin serves on the Hagerstown Community College Paramedic Advisory Committee and also teaches there as an adjunct instructor in the Emergency Health Services programs. Mr. Lewis represents career personnel.

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