A County of Simcoe paramedic had a pretty special guest riding along with him for his very last shift.
Paul is booking on with dispatch for his last shift @simcoecountyPS and we have a very special guest riding with him today…. his son Chris who is a paramedic in @EssexWindsorEMS #startyourday (well y’all know how that ends) #paramedicfamily #myparamedicday #lastday #midland pic.twitter.com/8PxzvqH6xe— Paramedics of Simcoe County, OPSEU L303 🚑 (@Opseulocal303) June 27, 2019
Paul has been a paramedic in the County of Simcoe since the 90’s, and his son Chris even went and followed in his footsteps. “He’s a well respected paramedic in his own right, just like his old man.” said Chief Andrew Robert. “We were very happy to see him joining his dad on his last shift.”
We would love to send out #congratulations to #Paramedics Cam and Paul as they work their last shift together today in #Midland. Thank you gentlemen for your incredible service to your community, your patients and your fellow Paramedics. #History #Community #Heroes pic.twitter.com/Bbx6eNaYCX— COSParamedic Service (@simcoecountyPS) June 27, 2019
It wasn’t just Paul’s last day, but also that of his partner Cam. “We’re really happy, and proud to have had Paul with us for a number of years, and of course his partner Cam. They have both served this area since the early 90’s and they’ve done so much good work in this area. We’re proud to have worked with them.”
Today is also the last day @simcoecountyPS for this long time paramedic! Cam we hope you have a fun day on this, your last shift! #startyourday #lastshift #retiring #retired #mylastparamedicday #myparamedicday pic.twitter.com/nkM4xMzmC6— Paramedics of Simcoe County, OPSEU L303 🚑 (@Opseulocal303) June 27, 2019