Deputy Chief Frank Burrow began his career with Miami County EMS in July 1989 as an EMT. Frank completed his paramedic training at Johnson County Community College in January 1991, graduating second in his class, and was promoted to supervisor/battalion chief in December 1991.
Growing up in a rural setting east of Manhattan, Kansas, Frank’s interest in helping people in time of need was fueled by watching Johnny and Roy from Squad 51 on the television show “Emergency.” In 1985, while attending Kansas State University, Frank attended an EMT class at Manhattan Vo-Tech and graduated second in his class of 16, gaining his EMT certification. His first EMT position was with the Louisburg - Paola Ambulance Service from 1986 to 1988. Frank received instructor/Ccoordinator certification in 1995, and teaches First Responder, EMT, and continuing education courses for Miami County EMS. He is dedicated to his chosen career and helping the people of the community.
Frank resides in northeastern Miami County with his wife and three children.