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posted: 6/27/2014 3:29 PM

New Emergency Paramedic Service Vehicle Shown to Rotary Club of Antioch

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  • Group with New Ambulance Vehicle; Names from left to right; Matt Tabar, Secretary, Rotary Club; Bob Deiss, President-Elect, Rotary Club; Jon Cokefair, Deputy Chief, Antioch Fire Department; Bill Stanley, Rotary Club; Larry Hanson, Mayor, Village of Antioch; Rev. Bill Landis, Publicity Chair, Rotary Club; Jim Menzer, President, Rotary ClubRick Kuehn, Rotary Club of Antioch

      Group with New Ambulance Vehicle; Names from left to right; Matt Tabar, Secretary, Rotary Club; Bob Deiss, President-Elect, Rotary Club; Jon Cokefair, Deputy Chief, Antioch Fire Department; Bill Stanley, Rotary Club; Larry Hanson, Mayor, Village of Antioch; Rev. Bill Landis, Publicity Chair, Rotary Club; Jim Menzer, President, Rotary ClubRick Kuehn, Rotary Club of Antioch

 
Bob Deiss

When confronted with the immediate need to set up their own emergency rescue and paramedic service without an allocated budget, the Village of Antioch Fire Department wisely contacted their regional peers and located several very fine used ambulances that were available for one-tenth the cost of similar new equipment. Fire Chief John Nixon and Deputy Chief Jon Cokefair explained the new service operations, described the staffing, and showed the members of the Antioch Rotary Club the latest equipment that has been acquired. The Village is doing an excellent job at providing top quality emergency paramedic services to its citizens for a bargain basement price.

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