The awarding of Lifetime Achievement Award of Burlington County became the icing on the cake of the graduation of the fresh Emergency Services. The award was given to the two first two responders. They were awarded because of the amazing and outstanding actions as well as their long years in the emergency service for their communities.
The two responders who received the award were identified with the names of George Jackson Jr. and Michael J. Reed.
Michael J. Reed was awarded because of the long years in bringing his career into life just to serve in his chosen career, firefighting, since 1972 while on the other hand, George Jackson Jr. was awarded and was the recipient of the said award was recognized because of his service as a part of the Tabernacle Rescue Squat dating back from the year 1973.
Burlington County Fire Marshal Michael J. Reed joined the Riverton Fire Department at the year of 1972.
According to Mary Ann O’Brien, a Freeholder, both Reed and Jackson Jr. have an amazing and farfetched accomplishments in serving the communities at large. She also stated that the two responders were the ones who spent their long years in the service with dedication in order for them to protect and to prevent harms to the residents of the Burlington County and even though a lot of years passed already in responding to such alarms, they still chose to continue in serving the people of the county.
The award that was given to them serves as an acknowledgement on their part since they were the first responders on the Burlington County that promotes the safety of the general public.
Jackson Jr. and Reed received the Burlington County’s Lifetime Achievement Award last 28th of July this year at the fresh graduation ceremony in which a lot of trainees have received their respective certificates for the training that they undertook.
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