Hosack, 58, was appointed in 2017 to serve as county manager. He retired a few years earlier from the county as community development director after serving 29 years with Cobb.
“Rob is the epitome of a public servant,” said Cobb Commission Chairman Mike Boyce. “Any success we’ve achieved in the county while I’ve been chairman is largely due to Rob Hosack. I’m saddened, but understand his reasons for leaving and wish him nothing but success. No chairman could have had a better working relationship with a county manager than I had with Rob.”
Hosack has a bachelor's degree in planning from Western Carolina University, according to the county's website. He is recognized a certified public manager from the University of Georgia and a nationally-certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners. He's also a graduate of Leadership Cobb.
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