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Nathan traversed the training program at an accelerated pace using prior experience in dispatch related work. Since Nathan’s completion of training, Nathan has exemplified superior performance and often assist with staffing by volunteering for overtime shifts when staffing is down. Recently, Nathan has been on shift when heavy alarm traffic occurred early in the morning hours. On 3/27/17, at 01:38a.m., a structure fire occurred in Sanford, followed by an additional structure fire at 01:48a.m. Nathan was a valuable resource working in an overtime position and managed all alarms received with unquestionable efficacy. Additionally, Nathan was assigned and worked the 2nd alarm structure fire that occurred on 4/1/17 while assisting other operators wherever he could.
Nathan also received on 3/20 a “Pat on the Back” in reference to several compliments and reports of his work and attitude consistently being at an outstanding level. Nathan deserves to be rewarded for his hard work and great example he provides for Emergency Communications.
Nathan deserves to be recognized for all his hard work and know that it has not gone unnoticed. We thank you for all that you do!!!
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