CHEERS - Montgomery County Emergency Management Director Dwight Schwabrow will leave his post after a brief but notable tenure. While only holding the reins since Jan. 20, 2011, he held them firmly, fairly and effectively. He came to the position with extensive experience in law enforcement, more than 40 years in volunteer fire service and an understanding of how the state operates in the public safety realm. He filled this part-time position with full-time energy and professionalism, facing some unexpected challenges with floods, tornados and topical storms. The county was fortunate to have someone in place who handled these critical times with calming action and made an excellent attempt at keeping everyone informed. When appointed, he stated, "I will do the best I can." You did Dwight, now we all wish you, Peri and your family the best as you experience Florida. They have hurricanes there, right?