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Banquet/Reunion Adds to EMS-Related Scholarship Funds

Among the night's alumni honorees are, from left, Scott B. Tempesco, '03, Paramedic of the Year; Tamara G. Ings, '07, Preceptor of the Year; and Amy S. Newvine, '90, EMT of the Year.
Among the night’s alumni honorees are, from left, Scott B. Tempesco, ’03, Paramedic of the Year; Tamara G. Ings, ’07, Preceptor of the Year; and Amy S. Newvine, ’90, EMT of the Year.
Scholarships in memory of two alumni are noted by Mark A. Trueman, director of paramedic technology programs.
Scholarships in memory of two alumni are noted by Mark A. Trueman, director of paramedic technology programs.
Program graduates gather on the PDC patio for a reunion memento.
Program graduates gather on the PDC patio for a reunion memento.
Newspaper clippings, patches and headgear are among the memorabilia displayed at the event.
Newspaper clippings, patches and headgear are among the memorabilia displayed at the event.

More than $2,300 in Penn College student assistance was raised at the recent Susquehanna Regional EMS Appreciation Banquet and Alumni Reunion, which celebrated 35 years of paramedic excellence at the institution. Held at the college’s Thompson Professional Development Center, the annual event allowed for reminiscence and recognition among graduates of the School of Health Sciences’ emergency-response majors.
Photos provided by the Alumni Relations Office

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