Albemarle County Fire Rescue names new Deputy Chief of Community Risk and Resilience

  • Source: WCAV-TV CBS 19 Charlottesville
  • Published: 07/06/2022 12:00 AM

The Albemarle County Department of Fire Rescue has announced that it will welcome Emily Pelliccia as its new Deputy Chief for Albemarle County fire Rescue. According to a release, Pelliccia has a track record of success, having established collaborative relationships with government officials, businesses, and community members that will be very important to the department. She started her career as a volunteer with the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad while she was an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia. She also has 28 years of fire and rescue experience with the Charlottesville Fire Department. During her years with the CFD, Pelliccia has served on many levels, including being a firefighter, EMT, captain, Battalion Chief, Deputy Chief, Emergency Manager, and Wellness Director.


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