Several county first responders were recognized by the county legislature on Tuesday evening.
“Firefighters and emergency responders are on the front lines to help families in the worst of moments,” legislator Tom Constantine, chairman of the Public Safety and Firefighting Committee, said in a press release. “We would like to thank the award winners and all emergency responders throughout the county for their dedication to our community during and after the pandemic.”
Ashley Schnorr – ALS provider, Schenectady Fire Department
Edward Marchand – EMS Teacher of ExcellenceMILF Mohawk Ambulance
Dr. Eccle hermansdorfer – doctor of excellence, Retired
David Massaro – Harriet C. Weber EMS Leadership Award, Schenectady Fire Department Liam Hilt – COVID-19 Response AwardGlenville Hill Fire Department
Aidan Anders – youth provider of the year, Duensburg Volunteer Ambulance Corps. John Courter – EMS communication specialist, Schenectady County Unified Communications Center
James Jones – Line Officer of the Year, Village of the Scotia Fire Department
Michael Luft – chief officer of the year, Nishkayuna Fire District 1
John Crowther – Firefighter of the Year, Rotterdam Volunteer Fire Company of District #2
Emergency medical services personnel were nominated by their departments and then voted on by the County EMS Council, which advises the county on EMS issues, according to the county release.
Firefighters were also nominated by the departments in which they work and then voted on by senior members of the County Fire and EMS Coordinator’s Office.
Watch the ceremony https://www.youtube.com/watch? can be seen on.
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