PEOPLE: Care Flight honorees
Care Flight, a statewide non-profit, service of REMSA (Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority), recently recognizedawarded of its critical care medical team members with recognition for advanced study, skills and achievements.
Those who earned “ ‘wings”’ were: Jacob Beck, flight paramedic; Christina Medefesser, flight nurse; Jaime Friedlander, flight nurse; Chad Midgley, flight paramedic; Shawna Greer, flight nurse; Geoff Rockhey, flight nurse; Michael Hayes, flight nurse; Jamie Sharenbrock, flight nurse; Wendye Markowitz, flight paramedic; Brent Tracy, flight paramedic; and Katrina Travis, flight paramedic.
Helicopter maintenance professionals who earned their one- year Care Flight pins are: Russell Bradberry, helicopter mechanic; Dan Haverson, helicopter mechanic; Eric Mouritsen, helicopter mechanic; and Neil Notley, helicopter mechanic.
Care Flight staff members who earned a five-year Flight Wing honor: Chad Adair, helicopter pilot; Tama Dixon, flight nurse; and Mark Geenan, helicopter mechanic.
Persons earning their 15-year Flight Wing honor: Tim Anderson, helicopter pilot; and Chris Cattell, helicopter pilot.
Honorees in the Critical Care Technician category for special service to the organization: Sara Patrick, Christopher Thompson and Joshua von Aspern.
Heather Ashbridge, who started with Nevada State Development Corporation in 2008, previously served in several roles with the organization, including assistant vice president and loan officer. She is based in NSDC’s Reno office.