Chesapeake Medical Reserve Celebrates 10 Years
Chesapeake's very own medical reserve corps unit celebrated its ten-year anniversary in an awards ceremony at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. This team of dedicated volunteers works with the city to promote public health and assist during emergency response efforts.
CMRC Championship Awardees, from left: Dr. Bert Ramos, Ron Liston, Russ Foot, Mary Doris Ferguson, Richard Perry and Joe Stacy, Sr.
Mayor Alan Krasnoff, far left, reads the proclamation as organizers look on. From left: City Council Member Dr. Ella Ward, CMRC Coordinator Becky Washburn, Fire Chief Ed Elliott, City Health Director Dr. Nancy Welch, City Council Member Suzy Kelly, Deputy Police Chief Mark Solesky, and LEPC Chairman Dr. George Yacus.
Leadership Awardees, from left: MRC Natl/Region III Coordinator Carla Mitchell, Deputy Police Chief Mark Solesky, Fire Chief Ed Elliott, VDEM/Citizen Corps/CERT State Coordinator Linda Rubin, HRMMRS Disaster Coordinator Judy Shuck, and City Health Director Dr. Nancy Welch.
From left: Fire Chief Elliott, Sandy Phillips, RN, CMRC Program Coordinator Becky Washburn, Mayor Alan Krasnoff, Deputy Police Chief Mark Solesky, Hampton Emergency Planner Hui-Shan Walkef, City Health Dept Emergency Coordinator Pam Blair-Miller, and Chesapeake LEPC Chairman Dr. George Yacus.
CMRC Graduates, from left: Yvette Blai, Janet Neeley-Johnson, Terry Corrigan, Oleg Welch and City Health Director Dr. Nancy Welch.
Hampton Emergency Planner Hui-Shan Walker, CEM, left, with VDH & MRC Volunteer Program Coordinator Jennifer Freeland.
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