AlliedBarton EMT Officer Named EMS Rescue Educator of the Year

AlliedBarton Security Services, a provider of highly trained security personnel, recently announced that Robert Bouldin, EMT officer, was named EMS Rescue Educator of the Year in 2010 by Gaston County Rescue/Ambulance Association and Gaston County EMS in recognition of his dedicated service to the citizens of North Carolina’s Gaston county.

Robert Bouldin, who also serves as a fire captain and is on the board of directors for the Ranlo, N.C.'s Volunteer Fire and Rescue squad, has a long history of volunteerism and heroic actions on the job. Bouldin’s credentials include advanced EMT, firefighting, CPR and HazMat certifications.

Bouldin was also named the Most Valuable EMT of the Year for 2009 in recognition for his volunteer work for the community. Bouldin donates his time and expertise by teaching CPR to regional church and civic groups.

“The more people who know CPR, the more lives that can be saved,” Bouldin said, when explaining why he serves as a volunteer CPR instructor.

“Despite a demanding schedule as an AlliedBarton EMT officer in the Charlotte region, Robert volunteers his time to help ensure the safety, security and wellness of his community,” said DelMar Laury, vice president and general manager for AlliedBarton Security Services in Charlotte. “Robert is a leader within AlliedBarton and within his community, and we are proud of his ongoing commitment to serve the community in which he lives and works.”

 

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