Exceptional volunteer recognised for national award posthumously

Keith Marshall, one of our dedicated volunteers, has received a national award posthumously for his work at the Trust.

Well liked and respected across the Trust, particularly with our Suffolk teams, Keith spent much of his time volunteering across the county, most recently acting as co-ordinator for community first responder groups in the area.

This week (Tuesday, 7th February), on Keith’s behalf his wife, Mary, received his Outstanding Service Award for volunteering at the Ambulance Leadership Forum awards evening.

Chief Executive Robert Morton said: “I had the pleasure to meet Keith. His knowledge and expertise made him an incredibly valued asset to the Trust, and we will be forever grateful for the thousands of hours he volunteered to help our service. Keith was a friend to the teams that had the pleasure of working with him, and he will be sorely missed.”

Keith remains in our thoughts to this day, and our condolences go out to Mary and Keith’s family and friends.

Published 9th February, 2017

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