Those who risk lives earn gratitude

Posted: Monday, December 24, 2007

The staff of South Peninsula Hospital expresses its deepest sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of the LifeGuard Alaska flight crew that was recently lost during a medivac operation out of Cordova.

Flight nurse John Stumpff, paramedic Cameron Carter and pilot Lance Brabham have been devoted members of our local healthcare network, and we wish to honor their dedication and service to our patients. The outstanding emergency care they provided and the professionalism they demonstrated in calmly putting their lives at risk to serve others was remarkable. They will all be deeply missed.

We owe many thanks and much gratitude to those who risk their lives in service to their communities; not just our service men and women overseas, but right here on the Kenai Peninsula and throughout Alaska.

Charlie Franz

Chief executive officer

South Peninsula Hospital



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