GFPF welcomes a new member to the Board of Trustees - Retired Chief Don Floyd
Effective July 16, 2019, Governor Kemp appointed Retired Fire Chief, Don Floyd, to the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund. After 4 years in the United States Coast Guard, Don joined the City of Covington Fire Department as a full-time firefighter (and a member of the Pension Fund) in June of 1972. He would stay with the Department for nearly 40 years……the last 13 years as Fire Chief. He retired in January 2012. He has been a retiree member of the Fund since that time.
Chief Floyd has always been active in the community and the Fire Service throughout his career and beyond. He’s been heavily involved with the American Legion and Kiwanis Club in Covington. The Fire Chiefs' Association, Metro Atlanta Fire Chiefs' Association and the Burn Foundation are some of the other organizations that Chief Floyd has worked with over the years. Don and his wife, Marcia, still live in Covington. They met in high school and have been married for 48 years. They have two children (Michael and Thomas) and three grandchildren (Andrew, Emma and Sarah).
Please join the Staff and me in welcoming Chief Floyd to the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund. He is excited to be a Board member and we are excited to have him.
C. Morgan Wurst