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15 Aug 2022

Derry paramedic steps down from his post after three decades of service and dedication

Kevin Bonner Retirement
Local paramedic Kevin Bonner has retired from Northern Ireland service after 27 years. Quiet and unassuming, but totally dedicated to the job, Kevin made his mark over almost three decades, serving the people of Derry and the surrounding areas. Kevin’s colleagues in the Western Division Ambulance Syndicate presented Kevin with a gifts and his former Station Officer Sammy Nicholl present Kevin with a plaque from Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS). Pictured above - Pictured are (from left) Ollie Warnock (Ambulance Control Officer) Chairperson of Syndicate, Kevin Bonner, Paramedic retired, Sammy Nicholl, Station Officer Altnagelvin Ambulance Station, Paul McLaughlin (Ambulance Control Supervisor) Treasurer of Syndicate, and Mrs Rosaleen Bonner (Kevin’s mum).

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