Colo. County Names Fleet Director

February 17, 2016

Photo courtesy of Adams County
Photo courtesy of Adams County

Adams County, Colo., has named Jeff Bowman as its director of Fleet Services. He began his role as fleet director earlier this month.

"I was excited to have an opportunity to work for Adams County when I learned that a collaborative and transparent work environment was fully supported," Bowman said. "I am enjoying getting to know and working with Adams County staff and finding answers to fleet-related topics."

Bowman has more than 25 years of experience in fleet management and has lived in Colorado since 1974. Prior to working for Adams County, he worked for seven years for the City of Westminster and 21 years as fleet operations manager for the City of Colorado Springs. Bowman has a bachelor's degree in business management, as well as an ASE Master Medium and Heavy Truck Technician certification.

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