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Cetronia EMT receives honor from state rep. for work ethic

SOUTH WHITEHALL TWP., Pa. - An EMT was presented with a celebratory citation for her work with the Cetronia Ambulance Corps in South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County.

Michele Lukitsch accepted her citation Tuesday from Pennsylvania Rep. Gary Day for her recent award as the 2017 Basic Life Support Practitioner of the Year by the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Services Council. 

Lukitsch has served Cetronia as an EMT since June 2006, during which time the corps says she went above and beyond to be a part of many projects and programs. 

For example, she's an instructor in the Emergency Medical Responder classes and an EMT instructor. Lukitsch is also cross-trained as a dispatcher and a field training officer. 

“The House of Representatives of Pennsylvania is always pleased to celebrate those individuals who selflessly devote themselves to assuring the safety of their fellow citizens,” the citation says.


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