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Last Updated: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
 

Emergency personnel get recognition


Emergency

By Adrienne Anderson
Staff Writer

Belvoir’s Directorate of Emergency Services awarded several fire and police personnel for their work Feb. 13, at fire station 463.

“I think it’s important for us not to just recognize that … we’re carrying out the doctor’s orders efficiently and effectively on the street – even in times of furlough,” said Kevin Good, acting deputy fire chief, about one of the incidents that occurred during furlough. “This was a normal day of business for us.”

The awards ceremony was a tribute to what DES does to serve the community.

“It’s extremely important to recognize our team members on the great things they do each and every day,” said Lt. Col. Christopher Tomlinson, Belvoir garrison commander.

The awards given are as follows:

Superior Civilian Service Award was given to retired Fire Chief Ronnie Martin.

Lindsay C. Kauten, Emergency Services Center; Christopher N. Craft, David A. Wolff, Donald B. Rapp, and Bryan A. Lukas, Emergency Services Branch Engine-463; Melvin L. Carney, Battalion-465; Staff Sgt. Michael A. Case, Teresa M. Evans, paramedic, Nicole A. Fazio, paramedic, all from Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Medic 467B; and Miguel A. Serra, EMS-467 were awarded the Achievement Medal for Civilian Service for their role in an incident involving a victim who needed CPR in January.

Russell W. Pearson, assistant chief 464, Emergency Services Branch; Kevin N. Good, Battalion-465; Bryan L. Harper, Terry A. Souers, Erin L. Eusanio, David J. Earles from Engine-463; Christopher N. Craft, Darrell L. Ferree, Roger A. Kennedy, David A. Wolff from Truck-463; Daniel J. Oliver, Gustavo D. Leite, Adam E. Stover, James E. Smith from Hazmat-464; Jeffrey M. Cox, Jerry W. Jett, Jr., James A. Swain, Ronald L. Briles from Community Risk Reduction Branch; and Lindsay C. Kauten, Emergency Services Center, all received a Certificate of Achievement for their involvement in assisting a person in distress on the Potomac River on Jan. 23.

Donald Wanamaker and Ernest Desantis each earned the Achievement Medal for Civilian Service; and Samantha Green and Wanamaker were promoted to captain.



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