Join EMS providers from all over the United States as we remember our fallen during an emotional service in Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall. Built in 1742 and known as “The cradle of Liberty” the Great Hall is a beautiful and prestigious venue. Please join us on Saturday May 23rd 2015 as we pay our respects to all EMS providers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
“My husband Wesley Hostetter passed away on Tuesday February 26th 2013 while responding to a call for help. He loved his job at Lack Tuscarora EMS, and was happiest when he was helping others. Nothing can take away the pain of losing Wes, but a permanent memorial will offer us, as well as other survivors some comfort and a place to visit when we miss him most”
“Stephanie Callaway was my cousin’s wife, she was killed in the line of duty on June 17, 2008. Stephanie gave her life doing what she loved, working as a Paramedic for Sussex County EMS. She was known as Gigglemedic to all of her colleagues as she was always smiling, laughing and looking at the positive. Stephanie’s final MySpace post on June 16, 2008 was “Live today to the fullest because tomorrow is not promised.” Having a National EMS Memorial will give us a place to remember those who have been lost as well as a place to reflect on the sacrifices that are made every day of our AMAZING EMS providers.”