Our membership represents the diversity of the community we serve. Please take a minute to read through their bios to discover their journey with HRS and to learn a little more about what they get up to for fun.
Lindsay and her four-legged kids I moved to Hardwick in 2015 and found HRS that same year. My wife and I joined HRS as a way to give back to our new found community and meet … Continue reading “Lindsay O’Steen AEMT / HRS President”
I am a physical comedian and variety performer as well as an event producer but at heart I am a life-long learner and adventurer. My work and outdoor enthusiasm takes me to cities and out of … Continue reading “Maya McCoy – Driver in training”
I am a fourth generation Hardwickian. I lived in Hardwick until 1998 and grew up in the village. Sally and I have three daughters, one son-in-law and one granddaughter. We moved back to Hardwick in 2010 … Continue reading “John Bellavance – Driver / HRS Vice-President”
Emily spent her childhood running wild in the woods of the Northeast Kingdom poking gross things with sticks before spending a large amount of both time and money studying science at Cornell University. She graduated just … Continue reading “Emily Benning EMT / Paramedic in Training”
Tyler Molleur is a healthcare educator at the University of Vermont, and works as a registered nurse at the University of Vermont Medical Center and Copley Hospital. A resident of Milton, Tyler completed a master’s degree … Continue reading “Tyler Molleur AEMT / Board Member”
My name is Karen Field. When I completed my contract in the US Coast Guard I took time off to raise and enjoy my family. I joined the healthcare field ten years ago and ended up … Continue reading “Karen Field EMT / HRS Treasurer”
Hello, my name is Andrew Casavant and I am a member of Hardwick Rescue Squad. I have been a firefighter in Greensboro since 2007 and many times worked alongside members of Hardwick Rescue. After working calls … Continue reading “Andrew Casavant EMT / Driver / Board Member”