Devan Seabaugh was elected to serve the 34th district in the Georgia State House in 2021 where he will serve on the Transportation, Code Revisions, and Creative Art and Entertainment Committees. A political outsider, Devan started a career in healthcare as a Paramedic working for 15 years as street medic including five years for Grady EMS. Devan was there for patients in their toughest hour and many lived to see another day because he responded when they needed him most. As a business executive with Metro Atlanta Ambulance, he has help grow a startup company from 10 employees to more than 800 professionals using common sense and conservative principles.
His background in healthcare and public safety gives him a unique perspective on how to keep our communities safe. Seabaugh supports maintaining full funding of Georgia’s public schools and protecting the HOPE Scholarship Today, Seabaugh is active with the Kiwanis Club, Leadership Cobb Alumni Association, the Cobb Opioid Addiction Task Force, the Kennestone Regional Hospital Board, the Cobb Chamber, the Cobb Safety Village Foundation, Rotary Club, the Kennesaw Business Association, SafeKids, North Georgia State Fair Association and the National Rifle Association.
Seabaugh has been recognized for his service and leadership to the community receiving awards including Marietta Citizen of the Year Award, the Kiwanis International George F. Hixson Award and the Rotary International Paul Harris Society. Seabaugh conceived and led the ‘Field of Flags’ project at Kennesaw National Battlefield Park to commemorate and honor the victims of the attack on our country on September 11, 2001, which has become a national tribute to the men and women that where tragically lost.
Seabaugh is a recognized leader with clear vision and a cooperative spirit. He’s a familiar face in the 34th District, and a proud family man with five children whom all attended Kennesaw Mountain High School. He and his wife Beth have been married 30 years and are members of First United Methodist Church in Marietta.