St John Ambulance volunteers recognised for service
Several St John Ambulance volunteers were recognised for this service last week.
Gareth Adderley, Jeffrey Borges, Steph Gunn and Chevaun Simmons were honoured at an event at Government House on Friday.
John Rankin, the Governor, provided each of the four recipients with an insignia medal on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.
Justin Williams, chairman of St John Ambulance, said that the charity was grateful to the four volunteers for their “dedicated service”, including the “countless hour” they had spent serving Bermuda.
Walter Brangman, Shirlene Furbert, David Pilgrim and Michael White were also recognised with medals recognising their long serve with organisation.
Mr Williams said: “I would like to take the opportunity to thank these long service recipients, who have dedicated up to 30 years of their lives serving St John.
“St John looks forward to continuing to serve the Bermuda in years to come.”
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