Pettis County GIS Director James Theisen was awarded Information Technologist of the Year by the Missouri Public Safety Communications Conference (MPSCC).

This recognition reflects Director Theisen's dedication and contributions to the field of emergency communications.

"Having served Pettis County for over three decades, James Theisen has demonstrated unwavering commitment and expertise in his role as GIS Director. His approach and technological prowess have significantly enhanced the efficiency and effectiveness of public safety communications systems throughout the region," according to the Pettis County Commission.

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Director Theisen also serves as the Commission representative on the Pettis
County Joint Communications 911 Advisory Board.

In light of this achievement, Presiding Commissioner Bill Taylor remarked, "The Commission appreciates all of James’s hard work and he is well deserving of this honor."

Eastern Commissioner Israel Baeza echoed these sentiments, stating, "His knowledge has been instrumental in ensuring the seamless operation of our public safety communications systems. This award is a well-deserved recognition of his tireless efforts and service to the County."

Western Commissioner Jim Marcum added, "James is a great asset to Pettis County. He is one of the smartest people I know."

The Pettis County Commission extended its heartfelt congratulations to James Theisen on this well-deserved honor and looks forward to his continued contributions.

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