Page Station 5-4 EMS/ALS Transmit over Med 9, 10 and 46.50
Northumberland County with an announcement
It is asked that all Fire Department and EMS, active and retired, please rise and stand in place until seated by command.
It is with a heavy heart that this announce is for the untimely death of one of our own Firefighter/Paramedic, Cliff A. Shafer. Firefighter/Paramedic Cliff Shafer died at Hershey Medical Center at approximately 1330 on Sunday, September 7, 2008
Cliff was a valued member of the Emergency Services from being an outstanding Firefighter to EMT and Paramedic. His dedication and valued assistance will be felt throughout Central Pennsylvania to not only his fellow Emergency Services brothers and sisters but also to the many lives that he touched with his unselfish professionalism.
From a person who rose through Emergency Services as a green volunteer in the Fire Service to becoming an EMT and finally realizing his dream of being a Paramedic, his continued dedication to this rewarding profession will be that much less without him. We in Emergency Services are proud to have known and worked alongside Cliff for the short period of time in his wonderful and rewarding life.
Please take a moment to remember Cliff as the dedicated member of our Emergency Services and pray for his family in their time of need. Your thoughts and prayers for his family will be greatly appreciated and, knowing Cliff – it bringing a smile to his face.
In conjunction with Perry and Snyder Counties Box 5-9 has been transmitted
Time of service 1997 to September 7th, 2008
Assignment is complete and Firefighter/Paramedic Shafer has returned to quarters
Northumberland County Clear………………..