St John mem­bers get recog­ni­tion

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St John Am­bu­lance WA has recog­nised 92 mem­bers for ex­cep­tional ser­vice to the or­gan­i­sa­tion at the an­nual In­vesti­ture of the West­ern Aus­tralian Com­man­dery of the Or­der of St John.

Onslow res­i­dent Max­ine Moroney was recog­nised for 10 years of ser­vice and New­man’s Jeff Doggett for eight years ser­vice.

St John chief ex­ec­u­tive Tony Ah­ern said the mem­bers made a sig­nif­i­cant con­tri­bu­tion to the or­gan­i­sa­tion.

“Be­ing ad­mit­ted to, or pro­moted within, the Or­der of St John is a great hon­our and we are very proud of the vol­un­teers and staff recog­nised this year, some which have ded­i­cated more than 50 years of ser­vice in car­ing for their com­mu­nity,” he said.

“Oc­ca­sions such as the in­vesti­ture bring at­ten­tion to the re­mark­able vol­un­teers and em­ploy­ees at the core of St John who help de­liver a world-class am­bu­lance ser­vice and help make first aid part of ev­ery­one’s lives.”

This year an ad­di­tional award was in­tro­duced to the cer­e­mony, with 19 mem­bers pre­sented with Life­time As­so­ci­a­tion cer­tifi­cates ac­knowl­edg­ing 50, 60 and an out­stand­ing 65 years of ser­vice.

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