Wishing Aimee all the best as she retires from BC Ambulance

BC Ambulance Service Superintendent, Deborah Epp, attended the party

Retiring ambulance paramedic

Retiring ambulance paramedic

On March 27 an open house retirement celebration was hosted at the Barriere Ambulance Station for area resident Aimee Campbell.

At least 30 people attended the gathering, enjoying refreshments and great conversations punctuated with many “remember when” stories.

Councillor Virginia  Smith (acting mayor) presented Aimee with a Certificate of Appreciation from the District of Barriere, thanking Aimee for her dedication to her profession and her competent service to the community during her 36 years with BC. Ambulance Service in Barriere.

BC Ambulance Service Superintendent, Deborah Epp, attended the party, presenting Aimee with a retirement plaque and gifts.

She stated, “Since 1978, Aimee Campbell has been an integralpart of keeping the ambulance service running smoothly in Barriere. Aimee’s experience and dedication to her profession and the BC Ambulance Service has been invaluable to our organization.  I wish her the best of luck as she embarks on her new adventure.”