Shelby County EMA Director Charlie Frazee and Shelbyville City Attorney Frank Chuppe have served admirably and will be missed.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 1:03 am (Updated: November 9, 1:03 am)
Shelby County residents are having to say good-bye to two of the good guys.
Charlie Frazee, the county’s first head of the Emergency Management Agency, and Frank Chuppe, longtime city attorney for the City of Shelbyville, are moving on to the next phases of their lives.
For Mr. Frazee, that happened on Halloween, and it was certainly a trick and no treat.
Under his leadership Shelby County became a much safer place to live, with more planning, coordination among protective agencies and expansion of alert processes, systems and capabilities.
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