Management Team

Michael AndrewsMichael Andrews, A.A., EMT P, Pacific Northwest Regional Manager5801 23rd Drive West, Suite 200
Everett, Washington 98203
Phone: 425-740-6335
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Mike began his EMS career more than 20 years ago as both an Emergency Medical Technician, and Paramedic. Mike's attention to detail, charismatic nature, and drive for quality led him to Market General Manager with Rural/Metro in the State of Oregon, followed by his recent promotion to Division General Manger overseeing Rural/Metro operations in the Pacific Northwest. Mike manages all financial and operational aspects of the Pacific Northwest Division, and ensures that the communities served consistently receive outstanding customer service and clinically superior care. Retaining and growing the Rural/Metro presence in this region is a top priority of Mike and he ensures the Company is constantly in touch with the needs of the community, fire and healthcare partners and other members of the EMS community. Mike leads this Division reflecting and promoting the values of Rural/Metro Corporation while cultivating a respectful and collaborative work environment.

Aaron MonnigAaron Monnig, B.A., EMT P, Market General Manager Salem, Eugene, and Springfield1790 Front St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-315-2260, Ext. 122
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As Market General Manager for Rural/Metro's Salem Oregon Operations, Mr Monnig oversees the training and monitoring of clinical activities for all employees, licensing, and regulatory compliance in Oregon. Mr. Monnig became an EMT in 1993 and has worked in the field in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, and Oregon. He earned his BA from Albion College- 1996 and his EMT-P from the University of Cincinnati in 1998. Mr. Monnig is an instructor of AHA: BLS, and ACLS, NAEMT: PHTLS, and AMLS, and is also a PEPP Instructor.

Bob RenggliBob Renggli, M.A., Community Liaison / PIO Salem, Eugene, and Springfield1790 Front St NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503-315-2260 Ext 121
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As Community Liaison and PIO for Rural/Metro's Salem, Oregon operations, Mr. Renggli is a primary public contact for facilities and hospital care management staff. Mr. Renggli is active in numerous local organizations including the Chambers of Commerce in Salem, Keizer, Eugene & Springfield; SEDCOR member in Willamette Valley Oregon, State EMS Conference Vendors Committee, the Marion County Health Department, Adult Obesity Committee ICF member (International Coach Federation), AED Coalition Founding member, Salem Hospital, Salem Fire, Red Cross, Salem Chamber Speaker for Schools Workforce, Member of Oregon Health Care Association and a board member of the Willamette Red Cross Board. Mr. Renggli holds a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Philosophy / Biology M.A. in Theology / Family Relationships and served for 13 years as a Benedictine monk and priest.

Katie HartleyKatie Hartley, B.S. EMT P, Assistant General Manager Salem, Eugene & Springfield 1790 Front St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-315-2260 ext 116
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Katie Hartley joined the Rural/Metro Ambulance team in Oregon as a Paramedic in 2005 when the Company began its providing 911-emergency medical services to the City of Salem. She has also served as a Field Training Officer and American Heart Association instructor, at both the Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support levels. In 2010, Ms. Hartley was named Rural/Metro Employee of the Year for her outstanding achievements and leadership contributions. She also received the Star of Life Award from the American Ambulance Association. Ms. Hartley graduated from Oregon State University with a major in General Science and a minor in Chemistry, and earned her Paramedic certification from the College of Emergency Services in 2004.