Open Letter From Seward County EMS To The Family Of Chad McIntire

KSCB News - May 18, 2012 10:29 am

Seward County Emergency Services are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Chad McIntire in a motorcycle accident on Thursday morning on Highway 83 near Liberal KS. Chad was currently a Paramedic and shift supervisor with Seward County Emergency Medical Services. Chad had worked there in several capacities since 2002. Chad was also employed by Life Team as a flight Paramedic on his days off.

Chad has served this community for many years. He had been a volunteer firefighter with Seward County Fire Department from 2002 until 2006, a full time firefighter with Liberal Fire Department, and also a police officer with the Liberal Police Department.

Chad worked with his father and brother; farming and ranching on the family farm, and always enjoyed being with them, and his children.
Chad will be greatly missed by his friends and co-workers. He was an exceptional Paramedic, a good teacher, and above all a special friend.
At this time our thoughts and prayers go out to Chad�??s family who were he loved so much.

 

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