Recently the Association said good bye to Executive Committee Member Michael Booth, as he resigned from his volunteering roles to embark on new adventures while travelling around Australia with his wife, Di.
Michael and Di are two of Karratha Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service's longest-serving members. "Their incredible dedication and service to our community have left a lasting mark on our brigade," says Captain Andrew Ramsay.
Members of Karratha VFRS came together to express their gratitude and to bid Michael and Di a fond farewell. The evening became even more special when Michael was honoured with Life Membership to the North West Zone!
The well-deserved recognition was presented by North West Zone Secretary Peter Morgan. "Mike's dedication and commitment to supporting VFRS volunteers in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions during his 13 years as an executive committee member of the Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services Association is truly commendable," says Peter.
Michael, the Association would like to thank you for all your support, valuable contribution, friendship, the time you have given over the years as an executive committee member, and for your service to your community.
It's not good bye but see you later!