A ceremony was held to honour London Ambulance Service staff who have recently achieved 20 years’ service.
Members of frontline and support staff attended the event in Westminster on 2 July for the presentation of their certificates and medals.
Ten frontline staff received The Queen’s Ambulance Service Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and seven support staff received the London Ambulance Service Medallion.
Chief Executive Peter Bradley, who presented the awards, said: “Reaching 20 years is a fantastic achievement and shows the dedication and commitment of our staff. It is this dedication that makes us the Service we are today and I’m very proud of that.”
Recipients of The Queen’s Ambulance Service (emergency duties) Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
- Michael Creegan, New Malden
- Glenda Davies, Fulham
- Mohamad Halawi, Islington
- Leigh Hugo, Education and Development
- Liam Kenny, Hanwell
- Jennifer Maybridge-Edwards, Pinner
- Anthony Pearson, Mill Hill
- Deborah Pooley, St Helier
- Mick Preedy, Friern Barnet
- David Steel, Pinner
London Ambulance Service Medallion
- Nicola Foad, Legal Services
- Albert Jacobs, St Helier
- Kenneth Lloyd, Greenwich
- Valerie McKreath, Ilford Resources
- Simon Parker, Fleet Services
- David Rose, Barnehurst
- Andrew Snowball, St John’s Wood
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