Lindsey Banry has an infectious smile and spirit. She is a true island girl, growing up on the island. EMS had the pleasure of brining Lindsey into the fold after the last EMT class graduating in 2014. She is a second generation EMT.
Lindsey became an EMT, like most of us do, wanting to be of service to our community as well as enriching our own lives. She says she enjoys making order out of the chaos, participating, delegating and figuring out the puzzle on aid calls with common sense. She has been “enlightened and rejuvenated by EMS” so much that she has decided to head back to school to become a paramedic.
She is heading out on a new adventure soon to Whatcom Community College where she will begin her prerequisites for Central Washington University’s Paramedic Program.
We at EMS send our respect with her and feel lucky to have had her gracious spirit as part of our agency. We will miss you!