Jan 10, 2017

Local 87 Member Retires

On December 31, 2016, IAEP Local 87 member Patti Boyle retired after more than 25 years of service at Elizabeth Fire Department’s EMS Division in New Jersey. Boyle has dedicated 32 years to the EMS industry and will be missed by the members of Local 87.

“Patti always gives 110%,” said Frank Wagner, an IAEP National Representative who has worked alongside Boyle since 2005, “she is always there to help and is beyond excellent in all clinical aspects of the job.”

Boyle began her EMS career in November 1983, when she became an EMT. Her professional path led her to the Elizabeth Police Department Ambulance Service Bureau, where she began working on December 2, 1991. Later, in December 2005, she was certified as a NJ MICU Paramedic.

“Patti Boyle has seen and done it all, and she does it well and with a smile on her face,” said Wagner.

“Ms. Boyle has had an outstanding career and deserves to retire with the same positive outlook she had in her professional life. All hardworking IAEP members deserve that same future,” said National Director Phil Petit.

The IAEP wishes to thank Ms. Boyle for her outstanding career at Elizabeth Fire Department and her solidarity as a member of Local 87. Congratulations and best of luck in your retirement!
 

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In photo from left to right: Allison Caldwell, Russell Cahn, Greg Viparina, Carlos Gomez, Patti Boyle, Jennifer Miller, Greg Table, and Paul Markinson.





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In photo from left to right: Allison Caldwell, Russell Cahn, Greg Viparina, Carlos Gomez, Patti Boyle, Jennifer Miller, Greg Table, and Paul Markinson.
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