Rotary Membership of O’Fallon Dawn acknowledges First Responders of the Yr for 2022

Rotary Membership of O’Fallon Dawn acknowledges First Responders of the Yr for 2022

Rotary Membership of O’Fallon Dawn acknowledges First Responders of the Yr for 2022

The Rotary Club of O’Fallon Sunrise hosted O’Fallon public service professionals at a morning assembly to acknowledge the First Responders of the Yr for 2022.

Membership President Libby Quinlan opened the assembly and launched Police Chief Kirk Brueggemann who offered preliminary feedback, then Fireplace Chief Brad White, EMS Supervisor Jeremy Sherman, and Police Captain Mike Mojzis launched the award winners and offered background on the recipients for every award.

EMS Worker of the Yr, Patrick Lenz

EMS Supervisor Jeremy Sherman mentioned Lenz’s work as the provision and restock supervisor conserving response autos stocked regardless of quite a few provide shortages. He’s a pacesetter locally outreach program educating CPR and fundamental first help. Lenz’s talent as a paramedic have been utilized on quite a few events actually saving lives.

Firefighter of the Yr, Michael Lynch

Fireplace Chief Brad White launched Lynch and first famous his navy service at Scott AFB along with being a volunteer firefighter. He has been instrumental within the firefighter recruitment program serving to to spice up the numbers supporting the volunteer division. The division responded to over 1,200 calls final 12 months and Lynch not solely answered many of those calls, however ensured we had the firefighters out there to assist the O’Fallon space.

Civilian of the Yr, Clara Harrison

Police Captain Mike Mojzis acknowledged Harrison for her work as Proof Technician storing, monitoring, and disposing of proof required for prison instances. She additionally was acknowledged for volunteering to assist the numerous outreach and fundraising applications for the police division. Lastly, Harrison was famous for being the glue behind the Prison Investigation Division, constructing camaraderie and bringing the group along with a number of occasions.

Police Officer of the Yr, Detective Cloeé Frank

Police Captain Mike Mojzis began by noting Frank is an advocate for victims of crimes. She pitched, developed, and designed a trauma knowledgeable interview room to offer victims a greater atmosphere for discussing troublesome experiences. She can be one in all two forensic interviewers within the division that may conduct delicate interviews with victims comparable to youngsters. Along with working main instances, Frank is a part of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force dealing with all features of gathering proof, coordinating warrants, and bringing costs towards youngster predators.

Congratulations to the winners and because of all public servants for the assist they supply to the group.

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