Steve Wolfe, Tom Moriarty, Bill Naugle
Connie is a wife and mother of two. She is currently a paramedic at SAEMS and serves as the training officer. She started at SAEMS as a volunteer. During that time she has coordinated and/or instructed many EMT and paramedic classes, as well as many continuing education classes for the staff. She currently holds a bachelor’s degree with concentration of Education and Management. Connie has been practicing as a paramedic since 2002
Alexis has been an EMT Since 2007, and started her career at Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Dept, and in September 2007 she started at Shippensburg Area EMS. Alexis became an Officer for Shippensburg Area EMS in 2009. She has been a nurse for 12 years, first as and LPN, and then as a RN. Alexis is married, and resides with her husband in Shippensburg with their daughter, two sons, and rescued black lab.
Bill holds the position of Field Training Officer at SAEMS. Bill oversees the field training, which includes the precepting program of new providers and vehicle operators. Bill also assist in the Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement process.
Kathy is a Shippensburg native, and currently holds an officer position in which she coordinates fundraising with the department, and is active with the hiring process of new employees/members. Since 2007 Kathy also works part time as a certified Phlebotomist. Kathy was also a volunteer as a firefighter for Pleasant Hall Fire Dept. for many years prior to her becoming an EMT.
Robert “Van” VanScyoc
Van joined the Vigilant Hose Company in 1969 as a volunteer fireman and has been a member ever since, He was elected to the Treasurers position in that company somewhere around 1979 and is currently still the active treasurer for the department. He also currently holds the position of treasurer for the Shippensburg Firefighters Activity Center and the Shippensburg Emergency Services Building. He actively is the Financial Administrator for Shippensburg Area Emergency Medical Services. Van became an EMT in 1974. In 1976 he became employed with the Borough of Shippensburg where he worked as a laborer and soon joined the ranks of the Shippensburg police force where he retired Feb 1 2002 as a Sergeant, and remained as a part time officer.Over the years Van has received numerous awards for service and dedication in the Fire, EMS and police fields, He has extensive training in leadership and management, the use of numerous firearms, equipment, electronics, machinery, protective services, use of explosive devices, fire suppression, pump operations, operations of fire and rescue equipment