Valle Ambulance District
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The fine folks at Gerding Enterprises (www.gerdingent.com) & Screaming Eagle Grill are at it again.
This Friday they're cooking up some delicious BBQ for first responders. Show up in uniform or with an ID if you're off-duty and you'll be treated to a fine lunch.
Please share and tag other first responder agencies we may have missed.
Thanks to everyone behind these events for the support!
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Thanks so much for saving my friends life this past week! Y’all are amazing to go on a call from a fb message from someone in Kentucky. If you hadn’t went he would not have made it. God Bless you all!❤️❤️❤️
"We're Here For Life" We are one of five ambulance districts serving Jefferson County, Missouri with the largest coverage area of 233 square miles.
We are a third service paramedic agency that delivers critical public health and public safety service on the front lines of the community health system. Valle Ambulance District has proudly been serving the visitors, citizens and communities since 1977. Currently, Valle Ambulance District employs over 35 employees who all serve the communities of Desoto, Hillsboro, Victoria, Grandview, Hematite a
We are set up at Main and Boyd St. Come on by with the little ones and say hi!
It is another tragic day in our local first responder community, as the City of Festus has confirmed that Fire Chief Kevin Cremer has passed away. Chief Cremer was a dedicated public servant and a great friend to everyone that knew him. We ask everyone to keep his family, friends, and co-workers in your thoughts as they struggle with this devastating loss.
Still need a couple people for this class. If you are interested shoot us a email ASAP.
We would like to say a BIG thank you, to the Hillsboro R- 3 Primary School for dropping off these awesome drawings and donuts this morning for National First Responder Day.
2020 Fill the Boot
Due to the Covid pandemic the MDA has created a virtual collection website for the fill the boot campain. https://filltheboot.donordrive.com/Participant/4724
2020 Fill the Boot I'm supporting fire fighters and helping to Fill the Boot for Fill the Boot! You can be a hero too … donate to our digital Fill the Boot.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the 2 paramedics and their families as well as the rest of the Joachim Plattin Ambulance District. They were seriously injured when their ambulance was involved in a roll over accident today.
Photos from Valle Ambulance District's post
It is with great pride that the Valle Ambulance District announces the retirement of EMT Joe Williams after 42 years of service. Mr. Williams started his career as the districts first full-time employee in August 1977. The Board of Directors, Chiefs, and the entire team at Valle Ambulance would like to congratulate Joe on his retirement and extend our deepest gratitude for the dedicated service he has displayed throughout his career.
Photos from Valle Ambulance District's post
We've been working very closely with the Jefferson County Health Department to monitor the development of COVID-19. There are currently no cases in Jefferson County.
The Health Department does not, at this time, recommend limitations on mass gatherings or school closures due to the lack of community spread of COVID-19 within the region. This is a fluid situation and circumstances may change quickly.
We will continue to monitor the local situation throughout the weekend and beyond, and will make appropriate recommendations based on the most current information available.
Crew is down at the Desoto train days festival on Main Street today. If you are not doing come down and say hi! We will be here till 9pm.
Grandview R-II Elementary School
Please help me in sending a huge THANK YOU to the Valle Ambulance employees association for donating backpacks full of school supplies to our school.
Students and families in need of supplies may contact our elementary counselor, Mrs. Villmer for more information!
Please stay off the roads this morning. All roadways are ice covered. Multiple accidents and most roads are impassable. Please be safe.
Valle Ambulance Employee Community Outreach
FREE pictures with Santa!! Also free milk & doughnuts, and goodie bags for the kids. Please share!
Ok folks the Red Cross is hosting a Battle of the Badges blood drive July 11th at the Desoto VFW Post 1831. Come on out and donate some blood and see some of your Paramedics and EMTs. Make sure if you donate you let them know you are here for Valle!!
Jefferson County 9-1-1 Dispatch Official
Hillsboro Fire Protection District and Valle Ambulance District recognized Jefferson County Dispatchers for their prompt dispatching and CPR instructions that helped save a life on April 8, 2018.
Pictured from left: Valle Ambulance District Assistant Chief Drew Voss, Assistant Crew Leader Bailey Robinson, Dispatcher Brittany Richey, Assistant Crew Leader Christopher Hermann, Hillsboro Fire Protection District Assistant Chief Brian Gaudet, and Jefferson County 9-1-1 Dispatch Assistant Chief David Bieser.
We were honored to be invited to Hunter’s 5th birthday party on Saturday! Thank you Hunter for letting us celebrate your day with you! We had a great time! Happy Birthday!
De Soto Senior High School
Mock accident in preparation for prom and student safety. Thank you to the first responders for doing this for our students.
What are your plans for the Eclipse?
Valle Ambulance Paramedics and EMT's will be working extra shifts and they are ready to protect you during your darkest day.
Valle Ambulance has been working for months planning for the Eclipse and the expected influx of visitors to our area. The District has been coordinating with local law enforcement, fire departments, emergency management, hospitals, and 911. Emergency Operations plans have been developed and will be implemented if needed.
Our main concern is traffic. Response times may increase. Especially on Monday during the eclipse and just after.
Starting at 8:00 am tomorrow the District will staff two additional ambulances. On Monday, every ambulance will be staffed. Paramedics will staff duty vehicles (Quick Response Vehicles) so we can get help to you quicker and UTV's will be staffed to transport patients out of congested areas.
Additional resources from other parts of the state are ready to assist if needed.
We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
If you have any questions feel free to message us on facebook or email me at [email protected].
Franklin Umbdenstock , age 65, of Festus, Missouri, passed away Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at Mercy Hospital Jefferson in Crystal City, Missouri. He was born November 13, 1951, in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Margie Lea (nee Moran) Mercer and the late Neland Umbdenstock.
In addition to his mother, he is survived by wife Sharon (nee Volkart) Umbdenstock; son Edward Neland (Trisha) Umbdenstock of Herculaneum, Missouri; daughters Jennifer (Patrick) Matthews of Ballwin, Missouri, and Patty (Shawn) Smallegan of Festus, Missouri; sisters Beth (Kenneth) Groom of Cabool, Missouri, Sherri (Ron) Mercer of Arnold, Missouri, Linda (Bill) Oberfeld of St. Louis, and Delores Mercer of Bowling Green, Missouri; grandchildren Chris Matthews, Zach (Mae) Smallegan, Michael Matthews, Caleb Frazier, Dalton Umbdenstock, Davin Umbdenstock, and Abigail Matthews; great-grandson Rhett Smallegan; a host of nieces and nephews who loved him dearly.
In addition to his father, he is preceded in death by stepfather Luther A. Mercer, Jr., and brother Darrell Mercer.
He was a retired paramedic from Valle Ambulance District, a member of First Baptist Church of Festus-Crystal City, a longtime volunteer at the Jefferson R-7 Fire Protection District, a member of the Public Water Supply District #12 Board of Directors, a member of the Festus-Crystal City Conservation Club, enjoyed participating in the MS150 Bike Ride, and was a loving husband, son, father, grandfather, great-grandfather brother, and friend.
Visitation from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Vinyard Funeral Home in Festus, with a First Responder Walkthrough taking place at 7:30 P.M. Funeral at 2:00 P.M. Sunday, July 23, at the funeral home, officiated by Dr. Charles McLain, Pastor of First Baptist Church of Festus-Crystal City. Interment in Danby Cemetery in Danby, Missouri. Memorials in Frank's name are preferred to the Ronald McDonald House of St. Louis, 3450 Park Ave., St. Louis, Missouri 63104.
It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of retired Paramedic Frank Umbdenstock. Frank, you were a great co-worker, good person, and an amazing friend. The joy you brought to so many will be remembered for generations to come. Arrangements will be posted as soon as they are available.
Valle Ambulance District Paramedics along with crews from Hillsboro Fire were called to the Valley View Glades Conservation area this morning for a subject suffering from heat exhaustion. After walking in and initiating treatment, Paramedics used the Ambulance Districts UTV to remove the subject from the steep and narrow trail. Please remember to stay hydrated during the excessive temperatures.
Valle Ambulance District Critical Care Paramedics Beth Nelson and Chris Speck delivered 5 lb 12 oz baby Levi at 5:57 this morning. Mom and baby are doing great.
Valle Ambulance Employee Community Outreach
COME JOIN US!!
Valle Ambulance Employee Association is having a BBQ
(food provided by Kenrick's)
Saturday, May 13th from 11am - 5pm
In front of De Soto Wal-Mart (Grocery Entrance)
Hope to see everyone there!
US National Weather Service Saint Louis Missouri
A thunderstorm complex comprised of a bow echo produced severe wind and hail reports from central Missouri to southwest Illinois on May 6th, 2003. The worst damage was located in and around the town of Desoto, Missouri. The severe winds were estimated to be between 80 and 100 mph, causing tremendous damage during a 20 to 30 minute period of time. This same thunderstorm complex and bow echo were responsible for several other severe reports including weak tornadoes. There was 1 fatality as a result of flash flooding and dozens of injuries from severe weather.
The Valle Ambulance Board of Directors and Chief Jesse Barton recognized Dustin Lowry for his contributions and dedicated service to the Valle Ambulance District at its April 13th Board meeting.
Dustin Lowry took his oath of office as a Director for the Valle Ambulance District on April 24th, 2013. Director Lowry faithfully served his initial 3 year term and was re-elected to the Board in April 2016.
On February 22, 2017, after 3 years, 9months, and 30 days Director Lowry submitted his resignation from the Board as his employment required him to move to South Carolina.
During his tenure, Dustin was instrumental in finding ways to increase funding, implementing a retirement plan, and significant energy cost saving through a solar panel lease purchase and grant program.
We wish Dustin well in his new adventure.
U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)
Never drive through flooded waters. You don't know what the road conditions are underneath and the currents are swift enough to wash your vehicles away. ALWAYS TURN AROUND DON'T DROWN!
It is VERY important not to drive over flooded roadways! You never know how fast or deep the water is, or what it's done to the structure of the road as this video illustrates.
TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN!
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Highway BB is closed due to flooding.
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