To all cit­i­zens of the Town of Brome Lake

Sherbrooke Record - - BROME COUNTY -

March 7th was the 15th an­niver­sary of the Town of Brome Lake First Re­spon­ders. On be­half of all our team 954 mem­bers, I wish you to know just how proud we are to have served you over the past 15 years and how we are look­ing for­ward to be­ing there for you when­ever you need as­sis­tance for many years to come. We serve you with hon­our and pride and are ex­tremely grate­ful to all of you who have sup­ported us in the past and con­tinue to do to this day. Over these many years, we have lost four of our team namely Jim “Ace” Mclel­lan, Wil­liam We­ston, Terry Ther­rien due to ill­ness and my part­ner for many years, Karen Brooks, who left us while we were on call to­gether in Novem­ber, 2009. Their mem­ory lives in us and we shall never for­get their con­tri­bu­tions to our team and to the cit­i­zens to whom they served. From sav­ing lives to sim­ply hold­ing hands we con­tinue to make a real dif­fer­ence to our com­mu­nity. We are trained by the best and en­joy one of the high­est suc­cess rates in the prov­ince. Along with our brothers and sis­ters from the Town of Brome Lake Fire Depart­ment, we con­tinue to make our beau­ti­ful TBL one of the safest com­mu­ni­ties in Que­bec. Thank you all again from the bot­tom of our hearts.

Re­spect­fully, Regi­nald Gau­thier First Re­spon­der

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