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Volume 2, Issue 2

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Making a difference!

Harris County Emergency Services District No. 9 is honored to announce Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department’s very own Assistant Chief Justin Reed has been appointed as Committee Chair to the National EMS Management Association’s Quality and Performance Improvement Committee. Chief Reed is one of CFVFD Assistant Chiefs who oversees the entire Emergency Medical Services division covering all of the EMTs, Paramedics and, essentially, anything medical. His experience, passion, and knowledge are what is pushing CFVFD's EMS to the next level. Recently, he was appointed to the NEMSMA, an organization dedicated to discovery, development, promotion of

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excellence and management in EMS; regardless of system model, structure or agency affiliation. In keeping with these values, the NEMSMA will create the frame work that all clinicians and managers alike can look to for guidance. Thank you Chief Reed, for all your hard work and dedication as we all know you will bring EMS to unimaginable success in National, State, and Local areas.

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Local radio station “The New 93Q” has excitingly awarded “First Responder of the Week” to Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department’s very own Morgan Sawtell who’s grandmother, Deborah, wrote a very honorable letter for her grand- daughter. She writes: I'm recommending my granddaughter, Morgan Sawtell, for your First Responder competition. She qualifies as an entrant 3xs. FIRE. EMS. DEPUTY CONSTABLE. At 17 she became a volunteer firefighter for Cy-Fair Recently, he was appointed to the NEMSMA, an organization dedicated to discovery, development, promotion of excellence and management in EMS; regardless of system model, structure or agency affiliation. In keeping with these values, the NEMSMA will create the frame work that all clinicians and managers alike can look to for guidance.

Special points of interest:

 Honoring Members

Volunteer Fire Department, Station 12 and remains an active member. She enrolled in Loan Star College, while still attending her senior year of high school, and became a state certified EMS. Then, at 18, attended the year- long Loan Star College Fire Academy becoming a certified firefighter by the State of Texas and Nationally. Training that is not required by CFVFD. At 20, and continuing to serve 2 shifts a week at the fire station, and attended a full time course load at LoanStar in FireScience, Morgan became a dispatcher for Harris County Tollway, working the night shift. In addition to her regular duties, she was given the responsibility of repre-senting HCTRA, at the Harris County Emergency Disaster Center. While working for HCTRA she developed a great respect and admiration for The Harris County Constables and decided

 Spotlight

Thank you Chief Reed, for all your hard work and dedication as we all know you will bring EMS to unimaginable success in National, State, and Local areas.

Achievements

 Freddy’s

 Contributing

she would enter the University of Houston Police Academy, Spring 2016. She graduated August 2016, and was immediately employed by Harris County Constables, Precinct 8. Thank you Morgan for your outstanding services!

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