From Alan Morley-Davis
My dear friend and colleague ‘Chad’
You gave your life helping others in the fight against C-19. I like many others will always be grateful to have known you.
As you said at the end of everyone’s shift ‘Thank you for your work today’ & equally thank you for yours my friend.
Rest in peace
From Oscar Austin
Chad, you were the 1st Paramedic I done observing shifts with whilst I persuade a carer in the Ambulance Service. You were are true gentleman and a great mentor to me, so thank you from the bottom of my heart. Our love of Forest made the shifts go quicker and it was always a great pleasure to work with you.
Rest easy my friend
From Michael Phipps
Chad it was always a pleasure working along side you, I can still hear your voice, calling me “Phippsy” what a pleasure seeing you.
R.I.P my dear friend
From Andy Bache-Smith
Chad your leadership and support will always be remembered and appreciated. The service and community have lost a genuine loving and caring person and outstanding manager who was loved and respected by everyone. Your thought of and missed everyday. Rest easy, thanks for your work.
From Donna Maxwell
Chadders, it truly was a honor to be your friend and colleague. It’s so sad that you had to be taken from all your family and friends, it’s just not fair. I will always have a smile on my face as I remember you, your cheeky chops calling me ‘sutton bird’ will miss you forever!! Xxx
From Suzie Matthews
Chadders – I’ll miss that ‘Mrs Matthews, to what do I owe the pleasure’ and other far more rude greetings I’ve had over the years! Good memories of support and back up on jobs, all the shenanigans over the train incident and the mickey taking when the fuel nozzle got stuck in my FRV… I’ll not repeat your comments on here!
Feel cheated I’ve not been able to work with you again; I was selfishly looking forward to seeing you in your new role and having you as my manager again.
Fond memories of a terrific Paramedic, manager and colleague. But will miss you xxx
From Mike Halpin
More than a friend and more than a manager you were the heart beat of EMAS at Newark. The station is quieter and darker without you.
From Atipa Mugoro
I don’t know but I would like to say thank you for your amazing work. May you rest deeply in peace. You will not be forgotten.