South Branch Emergency Services, Inc. is pleased to announce the officers that will lead us into our first full year of operation:
Chief - Frank Setnicky
Deputy Chief - Chris Miller
Deputy Chief of EMS - H. Bucky Buchanan
Battalion Chief Station 36-1 - Joseph Olivo
Battalion Chief Station 36-3 - JT Silliman
Captain Rescue - Chris Querry
Captain EMS - James Race Jr
Lt Training - Michelle Gardner
Lt. Operations - Ryan Clancy
Lt. Rescue - Wes Hockin
Lt. EMS - Carol Dorf
President - Sharon Burham
President-Elect - Melanie Sloyer
Vice President - Scott Jarvis
Vice President - Brian Turner
Secretary - Laura Gimson
Treasurer - Chuck Collins
Financial Secretary - TBA
Board of Trustees
Scott Jarvis (2021)
Brian Turner (2022)
Becky Setnicky (2022)
James Harris (2023)
Jessica Hoos (2023)
Congratulations to you all, and thank you to all that have served before you.
The Employment Committee of South Branch Emergency Services, Inc is pleased to announce the promotion of EMT/FF Ryan Clancy to the position of Full Time EMT/Operations Lt.
Lt. Clancy joined SBES through the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad in August 2018, as a per diem EMT in our trainee program, after having completed his EMT course work at the Clinton EMS Training Center.
Ryan follows in his parents footsteps of Emergency Services, and joined the Clinton Fire Department as a junior firefighter back in 2015. He followed that in another volunteer position with Mansfield EMS in 2016, earned his NJ EMT, and rose to the rank of Lt, He continues to volunteer with the Clinton Fire Department, and also served with the Mansfield Twp Fire Company from 2016 through earlier this year. He is currently employed as a 9-1-1 Public Safety Dispatcher in the Warren County Communications Center.
Having become a CPR instructor with our Training Center, Lt. Clancy has continued his personal growth, and recently began the process to become a NJ EMT Instructor through our Aide position.
We welcome Ryan to the officer team here at SBES!
Congratulations Adrian VanNatta of Union Township, who graduated earlier this month from North Hunterdon High School. Adrian currently services as a Cadet member and joined us through High Bridge Emergency Squad in October 2016.
Cadet VanNatta joins a long list of family members who have served in the Hunterdon County EMS community, and we are proud to have him as part of our team.
He has helped in many ways with our social media and web presence over the past couple of years, and produced the inspiration behind what has become the new department patch for South Branch Emergency Services.
Adrian will be headed off to school for Automotive and Diesel mechanics in the near future. Way to go Adrian!
Congratulations to SBES EMT Estelle Yeung on your graduation with High Honors from the Hunterdon County Biomedical Sciences Academy and North Hunterdon High School!
Estelle joined Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad in January 2019, going on to complete her studies and earning her NJ and National EMT in September 2019, and remains an active volunteer with South Branch Emergency Services.
During her senior year, EMT Yeung received the following awards:
EMT Yeung will be headed off to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore this fall. Congrats and great job Estelle!
Congratulations to EMT Zachary Ailara of Frenchtown, who graduated yesterday from North Hunterdon High School. Zach joined the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad as a Cadet in November 2018 after meeting us as a student with Hunterdon County Vocational School District's Biomedical Sciences Academy.
Having completed his EMT training in our 2019 summer class, Zach quickly completed his steps to becoming a volunteer Team Member serving our communities.
He graduated with High Honors, a member of the National Tech Society, graduate of the BioMed program, and member of Science Honors Society. Zach is also the recipient of the Hunterdon-Warren Scholar Athlete award.
After some time off, we're sure playing soccer, over the summer, EMT Ailara will be headed to Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.
Outstanding Job Zach!
Congratulations out to our latest volunteer Briana Bothe on your graduation for Hunterdon Central High School. Briana joined the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad as a cadet member in 2018, and completed her EMT Training last year.
Graduating from HCRHS with Honors, EMT Bothe also received a $1,000 scholarship from the George Daly Memorial Scholarship Foundation.
The George Daly Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to honor a cherished son, brother and friend whom was lost on February 12, 2015. George graduated with high honors in 2013 from HCRHS, where he was a member o the National Honor Society, Student Council, and was a team leader in Teen PEP.
At the end of the summer, Briana will be headed off to the University of Georgia! WAY TO GO from all your fellow members of South Branch Emergency Services!