Two St John employees have been awarded the Ambulance Service (Emergency Duties) Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
Paramedic John Le Noury and Paramedic Station Officer Sonia Guille were presented with the Ambulance Service Long Service and Good Conduct Medal on 13 January by acting Lieutenant Governor Richard Collas at Government House. This honor is a national award which is gained after rendering 20 years of exemplary service to emergency ambulance service duties.
Jon Beausire, Chief Officer of St John Ambulance & Rescue Service said: “Recipients of these awards are held in high esteem by the public, the authorities and St John. We would like to express our gratitude to John and Sonia for their devotion to honorable service and duty.”
Sonia Guille who has a background in nursing has worked with St John Ambulance & Rescue Service for 22 years. During her career with the Service she has progressed through a number of roles including patient transport services, emergency medical technician, paramedic and paramedic station officer.
“It’s wonderful to be recognised for all my hard work serving the public of Guernsey over the years. I love my job and all the challenges that come with it, no two days are ever the same” said Sonia.
Paramedic John Le Noury has been with the service for 22 years, was originally a grower and did not plan a career with the emergency services.
“There is a great team spirit among all of the staff and I enjoy the shift work,” he said. *
*Quote take from Guernsey Press article 14/01/16