Lt. David Miller Recognized at GEMSA Awards Reception

From left: Captain Ric Mitchell, Lt. David Miller, FAO Beau Witcher, and Firefighter Josh Meeks.

Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services (CCFES) proudly announces a significant achievement was awarded within its ranks at the 2024 Georgia Emergency Medical Services Association (GEMSA) Awards Reception held in Buford, GA, on March 26, 2024. This prestigious event honored the remarkable dedication of EMS professionals committed to serving their communities selflessly.

At the heart of this recognition stands Lt. David Miller, who received the esteemed Tim Peebles Champion of Children Excellence & Advocacy Award. This accolade pays tribute to the legacy of Captain Tim Peebles, a longtime advocate for delivering top-tier pre-hospital care, particularly focusing on the prevention of injuries and illnesses in children. Captain Peebles dedicated his efforts to safeguarding the future generation of Georgia, exemplifying excellence in training, patient care, public education, and advocacy. This award acknowledges individuals or groups who embody Captain Peebles' commitment through their innovative ideas, actions, and goals to pursue and reinforce the exceptional benchmarks established by Captain Peebles.

CCFES remains at the forefront of excellence in emergency medical services, continually raising the bar for the industry. The dedication of Lt. Miller and the many members of CCFES exemplifies the spirit of service that defines our organization and positively impacts the communities we serve.

Posted : March 27, 2024

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