East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov Proclaims Emergency Medical Services Week Honors "Emergency Medical Technician of the Year"

Published on Jun 27, 2018 at 11:52a.m.

Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed Emergency Medical Services Week May 20 to 26, and, joined by East Windsor Rescue Squad, District I Chief Robert Manlio, honored as “Emergency Medical Technician of the Year” Zachary Beyer.  

Mayor Mironov issued a Proclamation declaring Emergency Medical Services Week, praising all Township emergency medical services volunteers of East Windsor Township rescue squads for giving selflessly of themselves and providing emergency medical services in an exemplary manner, and further recognized as “Emergency Medical Technician of the Year” Zachary Beyer.

Zachary Beyer, who first joined East Windsor Rescue Squad, District I in September 2011 with prior experience as an Emergency Medical Technician, served as a vehicle engineer and then quickly rose to the key leadership position of Deputy Chief.  He is an active riding Emergency Medical Technician on the ambulance and rescue truck and has responded to several hundred calls while consistently assisting other volunteers in responding to emergency medical service needs. Zachary Beyer has actively pursued skills and educational advancement, earning his Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation certification and completing training for Emergency Medical Dispatching during his time of service.  Mayor Mironov praised Zachary Beyer in the Proclamation, noting that his “exceptional service and leadership has made him a tremendous asset to the organization and has earned him the respect of the members of East Windsor Rescue Squad, District I and the appreciation of the entire community.”  Zachary Beyer was also recognized as “Emergency Medical Technician of the Year” in 2013 underscoring his continuous dedication and service to the Rescue Squad and the community.

Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation further stated that "the provision of emergency medical services is a vital public service resulting in lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week," and further noting "the volunteer members engage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education to enhance their lifesaving skills and give selflessly of themselves by providing emergency medical services in an exemplary manner."


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Mayor Janice Mironov presents Proclamation for Emergency Medical Services Week and recognizing Emergency Medical Technician of the Year to Zachary Beyer.  Pictured (from left to right) are:   Chief Robert Manlio, East Windsor Rescue Squad, District 1;  Zachary Beyer, Emergency Medical Technician of the Year, and Mayor Janice S. Mironov.

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