Appreciating EMS responders


From left, Wilmington Firefighters/EMTs Bill Jones, Ken Ianson, Jeff Haines, Lt. Brant Schmitt and Chief Andy Mason stand with Mayor John Stanforth, Safety/Service Director Brian Shidaker, and Council President Mark McKay as Friday, May 24 is proclaimed EMS Recognition Day for the City of Wilmington. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”

From left, Wilmington Firefighters/EMTs Bill Jones, Ken Ianson, Jeff Haines, Lt. Brant Schmitt and Chief Andy Mason stand with Mayor John Stanforth, Safety/Service Director Brian Shidaker, and Council President Mark McKay as Friday, May 24 is proclaimed EMS Recognition Day for the City of Wilmington. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”


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Mayor John Stanforth, right, shakes hands with Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason after proclaiming Friday, May 24 as EMS Recognition Day in Wilmington, coinciding with National EMS Week — May 19-25. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”


John Hamilton | News Journal

From left, Wilmington Firefighters/EMTs Bill Jones, Ken Ianson, Jeff Haines, Lt. Brant Schmitt and Chief Andy Mason stand with Mayor John Stanforth, Safety/Service Director Brian Shidaker, and Council President Mark McKay as Friday, May 24 is proclaimed EMS Recognition Day for the City of Wilmington. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”

Mayor John Stanforth, right, shakes hands with Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason after proclaiming Friday, May 24 as EMS Recognition Day in Wilmington, coinciding with National EMS Week — May 19-25. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”

From left, Wilmington Firefighters/EMTs Bill Jones, Ken Ianson, Jeff Haines, Lt. Brant Schmitt and Chief Andy Mason stand with Mayor John Stanforth, Safety/Service Director Brian Shidaker, and Council President Mark McKay as Friday, May 24 is proclaimed EMS Recognition Day for the City of Wilmington. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_DSC_0198.jpgFrom left, Wilmington Firefighters/EMTs Bill Jones, Ken Ianson, Jeff Haines, Lt. Brant Schmitt and Chief Andy Mason stand with Mayor John Stanforth, Safety/Service Director Brian Shidaker, and Council President Mark McKay as Friday, May 24 is proclaimed EMS Recognition Day for the City of Wilmington. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.” John Hamilton | News Journal

Mayor John Stanforth, right, shakes hands with Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason after proclaiming Friday, May 24 as EMS Recognition Day in Wilmington, coinciding with National EMS Week — May 19-25. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.”
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_DSC_0212.jpgMayor John Stanforth, right, shakes hands with Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason after proclaiming Friday, May 24 as EMS Recognition Day in Wilmington, coinciding with National EMS Week — May 19-25. Stanforth encourages all citizens “to thank our EMS responders for all that they do in our community.” John Hamilton | News Journal