Anthony Pryor

Anthony Pryor

The City of Richmond annouced on Monday that the city's Emergency Management Coordinator Anthony Pryor has died from complications of COVID-19.

Pryor had 20 years of experience in the fire and emergency service field. Pryor is survived by his wife Julie and son. Funeral arrangements are pending.

The City of Richmond reminded Pryor for his positive attitude:  

"Anthony Pryor was also known for his upbeat attitude and welcoming smile. He was a known problem solver and leader through these last ten months of the COVID pandemic and brought welcome experience to the Emergency Management Department.

"His dedication to the City of Richmond was unwavering. We will miss him dearly."

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