Police dispatcher named EMS Volunteer of the Year

Andrew Tisdale has received the Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service Volunteer of the Year Award. Annually, the EMS recognizes an outstanding member with its prestigious award.

The award was established in honor and memory of Herb Goldman, who served Easton Volunteer EMS for seven years, prior to his untimely death in January 2002. 

Tisdale has been an EMS volunteer since May and also works for the Easton Police Department as a dispatcher.

He completed training and studies and became certified as an Emergency Medical Responder in May after resuming his studies in 2015 and becoming certified as an  Emergency Medical Technician this year.

“I was always interested in having the ability to help others, and Easton EMS gave me the opportunity to put it into practice,” he said. “My favorite part of being an EMT is having the ability to help others when they are not able to help themselves. It feels good to ease minds and have the opportunity to tell someone what their problem could be. Easton EMS is great to work with, both on and off calls.”

Easton EMS applauds Andrew’s outstanding, dedication and service to the residents of Easton. The award was announced at the annual picnic in July.

For more information about the service and becoming a member, visit estonems.com.

Andrew Tisdale has been an EMS volunteer since May and also works for the Easton Police Department as a dispatcher.

Andrew Tisdale has been an EMS volunteer since May and also works for the Easton Police Department as a dispatcher.

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