Lee P. Oliver III
Awarded: Knight Commander’s Accolade – November 11, 2023
Conferred by Knight Commander King V. Aiken, Jr. at the Mercer University Newton Chapel during the Kappa Chapter’s Sesquicentennial Anniversary Celebration Weekend.
Lee graduated from Mercer University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. As an undergraduate, he served as house manager for Kappa Chapter.
With 42 years of experience in healthcare and emergency services, Lee has served as Vice President of Operations for Metro Atlanta Ambulance Service since 2013. His prior experience includes serving as the Director of EMS for the Medical Center of Georgia and as Assistant Vice President of Emergency Services for the Medical Center of Georgia.
Lee earned a Master of Public Administration from Georgia College and State University in 2001. Additionally, he holds several professional certifications including EMT-Paramedic, and he is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).
Lee has served as Vice Chairman of the Region 5 EMS Council for the State Office of EMS and Trauma, as a member of the State Trauma Commission EMS Advisory Council, and as the Chair of the Statewide Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council that advises the Georgia Department of Public Health on matters related to EMS.
With nearly two decades of volunteer service to the Order, Lee previously served as the Vice President of the Macon, Georgia Alumni Chapter as well as Commander of the John L. Hardeman Province from 2008 to 2022. Lee has been inducted into the Hardeman Court of Honor and is a member of the Loyal Order.
Lee resides in Macon, Georgia, with his wife, Becky, and they have two sons, Lee and Michael.