"It's just a challenging job, and I feel good helping the families of those who have lost loved ones," Durden said Tuesday.
The coroner's seat is not a typical political office, Durden said, and it takes a particular type of person to do it.
"I love the people here in Glynn County, and I just want to keep doing them a good job. I want to keep working with law enforcement and the fire department. They've always been very helpful and good people to work with," Durden said.
Durden has two assistants who are paid out of the coroner's budget.