Florida Fire chief, Donald DiPetrillo Dies after contracting coronavirus.

According to the reports circulating around the media, Mr Donald DiPetrillo died on Thursday night after being in the hospital since March 12th.

He was diagnosed of covid-19 which he contracted at a EMS conference in Tampa earlier that month.

DiPetrillo was admitted to Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood on March 10th before being released the next day and later being readmitted.

The Davie native had been leading the Seminole Tribe’s department since 2008, serving as the chief of his hometown’s department from 2001 to 2007 and as the assistant fire chief for Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue, where he worked since 1973.

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DiPetrillo joined the Navy in 1971 and graduated from Broward College and Barry University. He is survived by his son, Tyson, his mother and two brothers as well as his girlfriend.

Brief Biography Of Donald DiPetrillo

Real Name Donald DiPetrillo
Age 70 yrs
Birthplace Seminole, Florida, USA
Profession Fire Chief
Death April 29th 2020
Cause Of Death Coronavirus

Education

Donald DiPetrillo went to Broward Community College and had a degree on Associate of Science (AS), Public Administration,Fire Science & Emergency Medicine.

He went to Barry University and obtained a degree on Bachelor Public Administration, American Government and Politics.

Donald DiPetrillo Work  Experience

Seminole Tribe of Florida

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He was the Fire Chief & Director Seminole Tribe of Florida – Aug 2008 – Present11 years 10 months

Florida

He was the Fire Chief  &  Director for Fire Rescue and Emergency Services for the Seminole Tribe of Florida

Town of Davie, Florida
Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director – Retired
Town of Davie, Florida
Mar 2001 – Aug 20076 years 6 months

Fire Chief\ Administrator for municipal government Department of Fire Rescue and Emergency Management

City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Assistant Fire Chief, Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue – Retired
City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1973 – 200128 years

Coordinate Fire & EMS Services in a Municipal Government