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Fallon Ambulance Service honors Michael Decosta of Easton
for 26 years of service, at company’s recent 90th anniversary
QUINCY and EASTON, MA, ISSUED OCTOBER 10, 2013…Easton resident Michael Decosta was one of 30 employees at Fallon Ambulance Service to be honored for his longevity with the company. Decosta was recognized by Fallon Ambulance Service CEO Tim Fallon for his outstanding and lengthy service to the third-generation, family-owned business.
The recognition ceremony was part of Fallon Ambulance Service’s 90th anniversary, held earlier this month at the Steel n’ Rye Restaurant in Milton.
Fallon Ambulance Service CEO Timothy Fallon said, “In a society where most people statistically work for seven different employers during their careers, we are very fortunate to have Michael with a strong commitment to this company. We are very proud of his accomplishments and grateful to have him as part of our team.”
The Steel ‘n Rye Restaurant, located at 95 Eliot Street, is the former home of Fallon Ambulance for more than 40 years before the firm relocated to Quincy in 2005.
“Many of us who have been part of the Fallon Ambulance Service family for many years well remember working at 95 Eliot Street and it was a great homecoming – a chance to reflect on where our company has gone, and to see our old home in a new light,” said Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President.
In addition to its longtime employees, a number of local and state officials were on hand to congratulate Fallon Ambulance on its anniversary and its many contributions to the region. Area officials who helped celebrate the company’s 90 years of service included Weymouth Mayor Sue Kay; State Representatives Bruce Ayers, Tackey Chan; Brian Dempsey; and Ronald Mariano. Additionally, State Senators Kenneth Donnelly and John Keenan attended, as did Braintree Mayor Joseph Sullivan, and a number of area town selectmen and local officials.
Fallon Ambulance continues to maintain strong ties with the Town of Milton, and is that municipality’s 9-1-1 EMS provider. From Fallon’s headquarters in Quincy, it provides 9-1-1 service to Quincy, Milton, Braintree, Weymouth, Brookline and Dedham.
About Fallon Ambulance
Fallon Ambulance Service was founded in 1923 by James R. Fallon, Sr. Mr. Fallon’s son, James R. (Ray) Fallon, Jr., served as President and owner from 1974 until 2000. Today, Timothy J. Fallon, grandson to the founder, serves as President and CEO. Tim’s sister Kathleen Mackie, step brothers, Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President and Normand Racicot, Vice President, also represent the third generation of this family business. And a fourth generation represented by 7 great grandchildren of the founder is working in various capacities in the organization. Fallon Ambulance is the largest privately owned and operated ambulance service in the Northeast. Fallon Ambulance employs more than 600 personnel, operates more than 150 vehicles and responds to over 160,000 emergency and non-emergency calls per year. Fallon Ambulance is the 9-1-1 provider for the municipalities of Milton, Quincy, Brookline, Weymouth, Braintree and Dedham and provides primary backup to Boston and Randolph. Fallon Ambulance Service additionally provides medical transportation for a number of area medical facilities including nursing homes, hospitals, and HMO’s throughout Greater Boston, the South Shore and Metro West region. It is headquartered at 111-115 Brook Road, Quincy, MA and operates satellite offices throughout its coverage area. Fallon Ambulance Service has been recognized many times by various business and community organizations for its exceptional service. For additional information about Fallon Ambulance Services or programs that the company offers, contact Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President, at (617) 745-2117 or visit www.fallonambulance.com.