Paramedic honoured for 20 years of service to community

More than two decades of community involvement and exemplary service has earned a Kamloops paramedic a commendation award.

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February 06, 2012 at 10:35 PM

More than two decades of community involvement and exemplary service has earned a Kamloops paramedic a commendation award.

District supervisor Troy Clifford was awarded the provincial Chief Operating Officer’s Commendation Award on Feb. 3.

Clifford has been a key player with community groups such as Kamloops Minor Hockey, Kamloops Youth Soccer, Tim Horton's Camp Day, Wendy's Dreamlift day and Walmart Free the Fuzz events among others.

The Chief Operating Officer Commendation Award is a provincial award granted to B.C. Ambulance Service staff who made exemplary contributions that have province-wide benefit and demonstrate exceptional personal and professional qualities that serve as examples to other employees.

The B.C. Ambulance Service Employee Recognition Awards program gives formal recognition to individuals or teams for their exemplary contributions.

Clifford has been a paramedic since 1988.

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