Ribbon-cutting was held for the new Greene County Emergency Medical System’s substation in the town of Hunter, last weekend, hosted by GCEMS president Mark Evans (with ceremonial scissors). Assemblyman Chris Tague (blue jacket, to Evan’s right) was guest speaker for the event which drew county and local officials including Hunter town supervisor Daryl Legg, village of Hunter mayor Alan Higgins, county legislature chairman Patrick Linger and county sheriff Pete Kusminsky.
Davia Montie and Nancy Montesano were honored, respectively, as the 1st and 2nd paramedics hired by Greene County Emergency Medical Systems, 20 years ago. Taking part in the presentation of special plaques were (left to right) Assemblyman Chris Tague, GCEMS chief of operations Steve Brucato, GCEMS president Mark Evans, Montesano and Montie (who also serves as administrator of the Windham Ambulance Corps.
Greene County Emergency Medical Systems president Mark Evans hosted the official unveiling of the new GCEMS substation in the town of Hunter, saying, “our paramedics are quite simply the best equipped and highest trained in the region. We make sure of it.”
Official unveiling of a 5th Greene County Emergency Medical Systems paramedic “flycar” took place in the town of Prattsville, last weekend, attended by State, county and local officials and emergency rescue personnel. The unit is headquartered in the local firehouse.
Photos & Story Courtesy of Michael Ryan