Volusia’s Chief Medical Examiner Leaves Two Months Into New Job

By on May 17, 2018 in WNDB News

DeLand, FL – The chief medical examiner for Volusia County announced her resignation after about a month at her post on a full-time basis.

Chief Medical Examiner Sara Zydowicz announced her resignation due to “personal reasons” on April 27, and her resignation is effective on June 1st,

Volusia County Community Information Director Joanne Magley tells us Zydowicz was hired full-time on March 31st, but she has worked for the office on a contractual basis since 2016.

According to Magley, Zydowicz has agreed to help the office finish up any of her open cases. The county has already begun interviewing new candidates for the position.

Zydowicz did not offer an official reason for her resignation in her resignation letter to County Manager Jim Dinneen, but she did thank him for the opportunity to work with the County and the Medical Examiner’s Office, and she said she “looks forward to remaining in touch in the future.”

Photo of Zydowicz courtesy of Volusia County Community Information.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2018.

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