Friday, April 04, 2008



On March 30, 2008, at 1706 hours, you responded to **** Western Road, for a citizen assist. Mr. V R telephoned today and asked me to convey his appreciation for the compassion, professionalism, and excellent patient care that all of you provided for him.
He credits YOU and the JCAS paramedics for your persistence at the scene, and I quote Mr. V R, "They, saved my life. I wouldn't be here today if they hadn't insisted on transporting me."
This is a great example of how our agencies work together and provide top-notch patient care. Please accept my sincere congratulations for a job well-done!
Best regards,
Chief R


Nora Lee said...

Please give you husband my congratulations on a job well done. My husband is retired from the fire service and I know how dedicated these men and women are who protect and serve everyday.


Cottage Contessa said...

Congratulations and thanks to your husband and the dedicated men & women who lay their lives on the line each and every day to protect and seve us. Where would we be with out them! Have a lovely weekend sweetie!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Secondhandrose said...

Congratulations! You must be very proud. I hope guys like that are around some day when I need it. Come for a visit.

Jerri said...

Please tell your husband how much we appreciate his bravery. This winter we had to call the Fire Department for a small fire and I am just in awe of their courage. Thank you all so much.

carole said...

Yeah for Bob!!!
Your husband and a super fire fighter!!!
Be Proud!!!
love & hugs

Auntie Joy said...

You must be so proud of your husband, I know by the things you share that he says to you that he is proud of you and your bravery and courage too! What a perfect couple you make.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Such wonderful news to hear, sweet Amy! Give your hubby a HUGE hug (I am sure you have already)! =)

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Thank you, Bob, for serving the people of our Country and for giving yourself unselfishly to those who need you most. YOU are an inspiration and an angel to mankind. Our son is a fireman, like you, and he is serving our Country right now. He is doing it "to help others in need." I think all firefighters have that as a mission statement and a personal statement as well. God Bless you Bob! May God keep his loving hands over you and protect you from anything that may be harmful and to give you the courage to step foot into any setting that may be hazardous.

Becky and Family