Thanks to a generous memorial contribution honoring Elizabeth "Ann"
Foran, Kirby has improved the safety of children in our community who
are transported by ambulance.
A lifelong resident of Bement, Ann passed away on October 16, 2018. Ann's
family wanted to express their gratitude and appreciate for Kirby's
Ambulance Service and help fund a critical need in the community.
"This flexible and fully adjustable harnessing system allows children
to be safely secured to the cot and safely transported. We're so thankful
for the Foran family's generous gift and the opportunity to recognize
Ann's legacy in the community," says Crystal Alexander, Director
of the Ambulance Service.
Kirby's Ambulance Service provides our community with Advanced Life
Support services 24 hours a day. In addition to responding to ambulance
requests, our service offers medical stand-by at community events, including
athletic events, local rodeos and community celebrations. Our ambulance
crew members also check on the well-being on senior citizens participating
in the CareLink program and offer CPR and other medical training to community
Brothers and Kirby Paramedics Ethan and Aaron Leynes pose with the child
car seat along with Aaron's son, Wyatt.