Monroe Volunteer Ambulance Corps celebrates 71 years of service to the community


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  • Nancy Peifer, president of the Monroe Volunteer Ambulance and kindergarten teacher, poses for picture with three Monroe Volunteer Ambulance members that were once her students. From left to right are: Karolina Smiechowski, Jillian Backus, Nancy Peifer and Bryan Williams.




  • Photo credit: MOVAC Pictured from left to right are: Monroe Volunteer Ambulance Corps' "Corps Persons of the Year" Brandon Peifer and Richie Haley and "Youth of the Year" Karolina Smiechowski.




  • The Monroe Volunteer Ambulance Corps "Rookie of the Year" is Jasmine VanDoran.




MONROE — The Monroe Volunteer Ambulance Corps celebrated 71 years of service to the community at annual dinner Saturday, June 2, and to install the new leadership.

The following individuals were installed as line officers and executive board members:

President: Nancy Peifer

Vice-President: Paul Mazer

Treasurer: Alan Glass

Recording Secretary: Megan Lowe

Financial Secretary: Wayne Jones

Personnel Officer: Jay Bell

Trustees: Hedy Albert, Wayne Chan and Greg Townsend

Captain: Bryan Williams

1st Lieutenant: Rich Haley

2nd Lieutenant: James Kenny

For more information, visit online at www.monroeems.org.





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