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Sarah Lindquist and Samantha Wahl Are Top Graduates

Top Graduates from 2023 Winter Graduation Ceremony. L to R: Samantha Wahl, Top Grad, Fall EMT class; SVRS Chief Sam Neglia; Paramedic Sarah Lindquist, Top Grad, Firefighter School 23-2.

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Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad had the Top Graduates in Loudoun County’s recent Firefighting and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) courses.

On January 18, 2024, the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System (LC-CFRS) held its Winter Graduation Ceremony, recognizing gradates from their demanding Firefighting, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and EMT training courses. Sterling Rescue Paramedic Sarah Lindquist was the Top Graduate of Firefighter School #23-2 and Samantha Wahl was the Top Graduate of the Fall EMT class.

These achievements demonstrate the dedication and commitment of Sarah and Samantha, and the quality of Sterling rescue volunteers. All of Sterling Rescue congratulates Sarah and Samantha for “going the extra mile” and demonstrating the same excellence that we have seen from them as they respond to emergency calls. Sterling Rescue strives to provide the best possible emergency medical support for the community, and it starts with our great people. Congratulations Sarah and Samantha!

Shown Left to Right in the photo: Samantha Wahl, Sterling Rescue Chief Sam Neglia, Paramedic Sarah Lindquist

Want to join a great team and receive training like this? Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad currently has openings for both operational and administrative volunteers. The operational volunteers serve as first responders, delivering emergency medical support to the community. The administrative volunteers perform a variety of support roles in areas such as recruiting, membership support, and business operations. No experience is required, and training is provided. See the Join section of this web site for more details on the requirements, expectations, and benefits. Come join us!

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