Egg Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad Chief Barbara Adams looked at a photo of rescue squad members at a party in the 1980s.
Egg Harbor City Ambulance Squad Capt. Mike Kennedy, of Mullica Township, Lt. Elizabeth Pollock, of Egg Harbor City, and ambulance driver Brad Miller, of Germania, got ready for a run on the squad’s last shift New Year’s Eve.
Kennedy took a call while on the squad’s last shift New Year’s Eve. AtlantiCare’s ambulance was in place to take over at midnight.
After ending operations, the Egg Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad donated its ambulance and other equipment to the Union Beach (Monmouth County) Volunteer Ambulance Squad, which lost all of its equipment during Hurricane Sandy. From left were Jack Ferriola, EMT Union Beach; Carlos Rodriguez, chief of Union Beach; Barbara Adams, chief of the EHC Ambulance Squad; Jackie Shipley, lieutenant of the Union Beach, Steve Hadley, treasurer of EHC Ambulance Squad; Gary Adams, of Egg Harbor City; and Pete Perrella, EMT of Union Beach. The squad will donate its other ambulance to the Barnegat Aquatic Rescue Team.
Barbara Adams, chief of the Egg Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad, stood outside the Philadelphia Avenue building that was the squad’s home until Dec. 31.