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Tribute to Basin Volunteer Ambulance Service volunteers
May 1, 2019
A look at the past to the present with Basin Volunteer Ambulance Service and the individuals that made this possible. A list to pay tribute and many thanks for their service
List of volunteers who donated their time and were a major part
of the original establishment of Basin Volunteer Ambulance
Service later to become the special district (October 1, 1998)
known as Basin Ambulance Service District. Dba: Basin Volunteer
Ambulance Service. I'm sure I have probably missed individuals
but what can I say, I'm getting older.
Tulelake: After the Tulelake ambulance was moved to Hatfield and it became available for individuals other than Tulelake EMT's to join the service Curtis Newkirk, Dan Orr, Randy DuVal, John Anderson, Jeanne Anderson, Judy Huffman, Marietta Campbell, Harry Hansen, Tom Ongman, Larita Ongman, Bert Henderson, and others.
Approximately 1980 - 1983 until the formation of Basin Ambulance
Service District October 1, 1998: When the California volunteers
affiliated with Malin Rural Fire Protection District:
About 1990 and later
I'm sure I have missed some individuals and as you read and share this feel free to make additions in the comment section of the FB posting. Proud to have been a part of this for the past 49 years.
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