Sad passing of retired paramedic Michael Crowe

The Trust is sad to announce the death of retired Norfolk paramedic and training officer Michael Crowe. He passed away on Wednesday (31st January).

Michael was a fireman on the railway before joining the service in the 60s. He became an ambulanceman and leading ambulanceman with the City of Norwich Ambulance service, latterly the Norfolk Ambulance Service, based on Hall Road.

Mick, as he is known, then became a training officer with East Anglian Ambulance Service, working in the service for more than two decades before retiring in the late 90s.  He was a much-loved veteran of the service and well respected by all who knew him.

Diane Chan, Senior Locality Manager for Central Norfolk, said: “Mike was an amazing training officer who not only supported and nurtured me personally but many others over his long career with the ambulance service. He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered.”

If you have been affected by the death of Michael and need some support or guidance, please contact The Staff Wellbeing Hub. The Trust’s Employee Assistance Programme and The Samaritans are also available - at any time day or night. All are free, and completely confidential. The Hub: 01234 243 060 or wellbeing.info@nhs.net. EAP: 0800 085 1376 Samaritans: 116 123 or jo@samaritans.org

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