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Mr. Ed McCrane Jr.

Emergency Management Chief

Sarasota County Government

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Sarasota County Government

4748 Beneva Road

Sarasota, Florida 34233

United States

Company Description

Sarasota County's Fire service represents over 100 years of dedicated and heroic service by the professional firefighters, paramedics and EMT's of your Fire Department. Our history dates back to the early 1900s. As a result of some major fires in 1910, ... more

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Employment History

Chief of Emergency Management

Florida Division of Emergency Management

Emergency Manager

Forecast First.com

Civil Authorities Coordinator

Department of Military Affairs

Affiliations

Sara-sota County Emer-gency Man-age-ment Head
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Board Member
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Web References (189 Total References)


It's been over ten years since ...

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It's been over ten years since a hurricane has hit the Suncoast, but emergency management chief for Sarasota County, Ed McCrane says we should never let our guard down.

"You come to paradise but there's a price for paradise, and every once in a while they affect us so have a plan, know what you're going to do and get prepared," McCrane says.
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McCrane says it's never too early to have a disaster plan ready.


Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part ...

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Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part of our lives

Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's Emergency Operations Center.
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Edward McCrane Jr. is Sarasota County's Emergency Management chief.
Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part of our livesBy ED McCRANE JR.
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Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's...
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Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's...
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Being prepared is the best way to make sure your family is ready for any disaster. Remember, "The First 72 are on you!"Edward McCrane Jr. is Sarasota County's Emergency Management chief. Copyright 2015 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part ...

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Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part of our lives

Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's Emergency Operations Center.
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Edward McCrane Jr. is Sarasota County's Emergency Management chief.
Ed McCrane: Hurricanes part of our livesBy ED McCRANE JR.
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Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's...
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Rob Day and Ed McCrane, right, Sarasota County Emergency Management, discuss strategies during the May 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's...
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Being prepared is the best way to make sure your family is ready for any disaster. Remember, "The First 72 are on you!"Edward McCrane Jr. is Sarasota County's Emergency Management chief. Copyright 2015 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


City of Venice

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Speakers include City Manager Ed Lavallee, Fire Chief Jim Warman, Police Chief Tom McNulty, City Engineer Kathleen Weeden, American Red Cross Community Education Director Cindy Desmond, Sarasota County Emergency Management Chief Ed McCrane and ABC Channel 7 meteorologist Bob Harrigan.


Rob Day, left, and Ed ...

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Rob Day, left, and Ed McCrane with Sarasota County Emergency Management discuss strategies Thursday during the 2014 hurricane exercise in the county's Emergency Operations Center.

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Speakers include county administrator Tom Harmer, Sheriff Tom Knight, emergency management chief Ed McCrane, city police chief Bernadette DiPino and City Manager Tom Barwin.
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Sarasota County emergency management chief Ed McCrane worked the room, checking the progress of various response teams.
McCrane has heard it all when it comes to hurricanes. People sometimes tell him "we're protected, the way our coastline is shaped or we have an Indian blessing."
"Believe me I hope all those things are true," he said.
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Rob Day, left, and Ed McCrane with Sarasota County Emergency Management discuss strategies Thursday during the 2014 hurricane exercise in the...
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Rob Day, left, and Ed McCrane with Sarasota County Emergency Management discuss strategies Thursday during the 2014 hurricane exercise in the...
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The task: Figure out how to coordinate relief efforts when 45 percent of the county is without electricity, 181 streets are blocked, 160 traffic lights are not working, cell phone service is out, hospitals and nursing homes are running on generators and bridges are damaged.Sarasota County emergency management chief Ed McCrane worked the room, checking the progress of various response teams.McCrane has heard it all when it comes to hurricanes. People sometimes tell him "we're protected, the way our coastline is shaped or we have an Indian blessing.""Believe me I hope all those things are true," he said. "But we can't count on that."EARLIER: After missing the mark in a big way last year, the nation's leading climate prediction agency released a more modest forecast for the 2014 hurricane season Thursday that calls for an average or below average number of storms.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting eight to 13 named storms, with three to six reaching hurricane strength and one to two becoming major hurricanes.An average year brings 12 named storms, including six hurricanes and three major hurricanes.Forecasters say water temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean are expected to be cooler than in years past -- which limits storm development -- and higher wind shear brought on by the El Nino weather pattern should help rip apart tropical systems and prevent them from gaining strength.Warmer water temperatures and the expectation of low wind shear led forecasters to predict a busy tropical cyclone season for the Atlantic last year, but it ended with the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982. Copyright 2014 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.

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