The Fieldale-Collinsville Vol. Rescue Squad will be hosting a memorial service for Jim Kendrick on Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at 1100 hours. Please join us in remembering a great friend.
The Fieldale-Collinsville Volunteer Rescue Squad is saddened to announce the passing of Life Member, and former Captain, James E. Kendrick. Jim was a dedicated member, and one of the first paramedics in our department. After Fieldcrest closed, he left the area for a career as a flight medic in the Southwest U.S. and Texas. He completed his RN training and 3 years ago, passed his boards to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. He cared for patients from Coast to Coast in the US and will be greatly missed.
Captain Daryl Hatcher stated “He inspired and trained other members to excel in their patient care as he always looked for improvements.”
God speed, Jim, as you continue on your travels!
Congratulations to our squad officers for 2017-2018! They are:
- Daryl Hatcher, Captain
- Jeff Tatum, First Lieutenant
- Michelle West, Second Lieutenant
- Brandon Quesinberry, Training Officer
- Taylor Hampton, Supply Officer
- Aaron Cole, Fleet Officer
- Buzz Custer, Equipment Officer
- Beth Craig, Facilities Officer
- Stuart Bowman, President
- Don Handly, Vice-President
- Sharon Clark, Secretary/Treasurer
We wish them all the best for the upcoming year!
Volunteers with the Fieldale-Collinsville Volunteer Rescue Squad participated in “Read Aloud Day” at John Redd Smith Elementary School in Collinsville, VA. Squad members Micaela Barbour, Christina Frick, Kayla Saxe, and Hamp Ingram were also joined by volunteer firefighters with the Collinsville Vol. Fire Department, as well as deputies with the Henry County, Va. Sheriff’s Office. Participants read to students of JRS from preschoolers to 5th graders. We wish to thank Principal Judy Edmonds and the faculty and staff of John Redd Smith Elementary for allowing us to participate in such a fun event!!
The Fieldale-Collinsville Volunteer Rescue Squad wishes to congratulate its two newest Emergency Medical Technicians, Kayla Saxe (L) and Taylor Hampton (R). We are excited for these two young ladies, and hope to see their continued growth in EMS!
Fieldale Collinsville Volunteer Rescue Squad works with neighboring departments on a regular basis. Even though we are a part of different agencies and have different duties, we are still on the same team. Here are some photos from our most recent encounter on a structure fire call.