Colleton County Fire-Rescue
Thank You Letters
|Hi my name is Tretha Smith I would like to thank each and everyone who helped with the rescue of my brother on Tuesday March the 19, 2013 on interstate 95 @14:07pm words cannot express how truly blessed our family is to have people like doing a super job keep up the good work and once again Thank You from the entire Smith and Muldrow Family||Received via email on 3/22/2013|
|Card from Mrs. Terri Babb - 10/8/2012|
Card from Mrs. Ashley Amundson - Colleton County
Probate Court Judge
Card from Mrs. Kimberly White-Footman, Career
and Technical Education (CATE)
Just a note of thanks for what you and all of the fire fighters did for us in regards to the fire at my shed. I am most grateful to both you and my
neighbors for #1 calling 911 and the response of your engines. It could of been a great tragedy but thanks to everyone it was just a lost of a piece of equipment. Please extend my deepest appreciation to all of your men.
127 Sweetbriar Lane
|Email from Mr. Bob Stein on July 23, 2012 after a fire occurred on his property.|
just want to tell you how much I appreciate you and your staff!!! They
have really been working hard to stamp our orders when they come through the
door. I have seen a few almost get run over by the person at the head of
the stretcher in order to get that paper stamped for us. It is a HUGE help
and we are held accountable to the time that is stamped on the paper. Our
new goal is to have an EMS offload within 5-10 min of arrival to the ED.
When we are able to capture the correct arrival time in our system…we are able
to better understand how long it is taking to offload!!
have some excellent staff who work very hard at making every attempt to provide
us with what we need to keep things rolling here in the ED and we GREATLY
also want to thank all of your staff who came and stayed with us last Wednesday
– providing traffic control and helping hands when we needed it….to include
just holding the IV bag and applying some pressure so that it would flow!!
Little things are HUGE helps when they are needed, and Colleton County Fire
Rescue staff have been excellent in not only providing the HUGE hands when
needed, but also the small touches that make our work more manageable.
am proud to say that I live in Colleton County where we have one of the BEST
crews of emergency personnel anywhere!!! HANDS DOWN!!! And most
importantly - - - we are working together as a TEAM!!!
again for all you do and your support of our Emergency Department - - -we
couldn’t do it without you guys (and gals!!)
|Email from Mrs. Christy Judy, Colleton Medical Center Emergency Department Director, Tuesday, August 10, 2010|
|Letter to the Editor from The Press and Standard on 4 June 2010.|
|Received on 18 February 2010 from Engineer/Paramedic Paul Harrelson|
Received from the Whitehurst family
December 15, 2009
Received from Mr. Joseph Holt
October 26, 2009
|I would like to take the time to thank the firefighter that stoped on august 28 at the 68 I95 exit to assit me with changing a flat tire. I am older with respiratory problems and could not change the tire alone. Then he came by and stoped and changed it for me. I didn't catch his name by the fire truck he was driving had 1701 on it. I would just like to thank yall for the help I recived.God bless you all. Thank you. Andy Weaver Jacksonville FL||
Received from Andy Weaver via Guestbook
September 2, 2009
JUST GOT BACK IN MY OFFICE AFTER A WEEK VACATION IN FT. MYERS , FL. AFTER
READING MY EMAILS FROM THE CULLIGAN DEALERS NETWORK , I WANTED TO THANK ALL OF
THE RESCUE WORKERS NOT ONLY FOR HELPING FELLOW CULLIGAN DEALERS ,BUT FOR
ALL THE OTHER THINGS YOU ALL DO..AFTER READING THE TIME IT TOOK AND THE
CONDITIONS YOU HAD TO WORK IN I MUST SAY THERE WAS A LOT MORE GOING ON THERE
THAN JUST EARNING A PAY CHECK..VERY FEW PEOPLE BEING HELD BACK BY LANE CLOSER
DUE TO ACCIDENTS WOULD EVER CONSIDER WHAT THE RESCUE AND EMERGENCY WORKERS
MIGHT BE GOING THRU ...AS FOR ME , I WILL NEVER COMPLAIN ABOUT THAT LITTLE
INCONVENIENCE AGAIN AND IF THE NEED OR OPPORTUNITY ARISES I WILL BE THERE WITH
THE FOOD OR COLD WATER OR ANYTHING ELSE I CAN DO TO HELP...THANK GOD THERE ARE
PEOPLE LIKE ALL OF YOU...SINCERELY , PHIL WHITE
Received from Phil White via email
September 1, 2009
I just wanted to thank you for your hard work and the good care you took of
these guys. The gentlemen that you saved I am very fond of and I am just so
grateful they are still alive and very grateful of the fine Firemen that worked
so diligently to extract them.
I can’t thank you enough! Thank you!
I can’t thank you enough! Thank you!
Received from Kelly Lynch via email
August 25, 2009
8/20/09 on I 95 you rescued our friends and fellow Culligan dealers from
their vehicles. The accident was terrible and you performed
heroically to save our friends. May God bless each of you for the
work of your hands and guide and keep you safe as you continue to provide
such vital services to your community. Thank you again for the lives
of our friends.
Received from Mr. Charley Voigt via email
August 24, 2009
Received from Ms. Kelly Bass
July 16, 2009
|My name is Donald E Belin and I would like to take this time to thank NREMT Allison & NREMT O'Quinn for their care and compassion. While on vacation with my family at Edisto Island my L5-S1 disc ruptured and I was in sever pain. My wife call 911 and the two EMT'S above responded to the call and took good care of my wife and I. The concern and compassion that they showed towards my wife and I meant the world to me. Again I want to thank them for everything. I am now back in North Carolina recovering from surgery.THANK YOU, THANK YOU. You care and compassion will never be forgotten.||
Received via Guestbook
July 13, 2009
Received from Mrs. Linda Newton -
July 7, 2009
To everyone who helped rescue my little
sister from the Lancer
that went under the flatbed on 5/29..... THANK YOU! To everyone who works
in this field who wasn't there that night..... THANK YOU! The work that
you do is so incredibly hard to imagine, I thank god for you all, every
day. Your diligent and careful work resulted in minimal damage to her, and
she will be walking and writing again one day. You all are the best in my
Received via Guestbook
June 5, 2009
From John Rhodes, Mayor of the City of Myrtle Beach
May 21, 2009
Dear Colleton County Fire Rescue,
My name is Steven Harris and I live in Winter Haven FL, and I would like to take a minute to thank your department and all who assisted in the recovery of a friend. I know that you do not know me or the family that you helped locate a missing loved one, but your work does not go unnoticed. Colleton County SC is a long way from my home in Florida and my friends hometown in Indiana, but your hard work has brought these three areas closer together.
Your department responded to a fatal MVC on I95 on 11-May-2009 in which a friend was involved. This person was a fellow classmate and teammate all through high school. Even though we had not had much contact the last few years, hearing of his passing was hard to understand. I heard of this tragedy through other friends and started looking for information pertaining to the accident. I know that no investigation can ever return my friend to his family, but at least they are able to have some form of closure thanks to the extraordinary efforts of the Colleton County Fire Rescue and South Carolina Highway Patrol.
I know that you all will say that it was just another day on the job, but your determination and big hearts returned a friend and loved one to those who will miss him dearly.
Thank You Once Again,
And God Bless.
|Email received on Tuesday, 12 May 2009|
From Chief Alderman - Horry County Fire-Rescue
Received via email on Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Job well done
On behalf of the people of South Carolina, I want to thank the members of the Charleston, North Charleston, Isle of Palms and Colleton County fire departments.
When the recent wildfire broke out in Myrtle Beach, these men and women were the first to respond, performing their task with skill and courage, and earning the admiration of many from Horry County.
In short, our firefighters walk the walk, and on behalf of the people of our state I thank them — not only for the personnel, equipment and long hours of hard work, but simply for doing what they do.
GOV. MARK SANFORD
From the Post and Courier
Letters to the Editor
Friday, May 1, 2009
|March 3, 2009 - From Mrs. Marilyn Axson|
|September 4, 2008 - From Mrs. Linda Burgess of Mt. Olive AME Church.|
August 14, 2008 - From Mandy Tuten, Granddaughter of patient in Station 18's area.
||July 25, 2008 - From Amanda Stilley, Assistant Solicitor, 14th District Solicitor's Office|
|From the July 8, 2008 Press and Standard Newspaper|