Heather Varrasse Obituary,  Death –  The members of the Pennington First Aid Squad were informed the following morning, on December 4, 2022, that their friend and coworker, Heather Varrasse, had passed away the day before. Heather had been a coworker at the Pennington First Aid Squad. Heather had previously held a position with the squad. As soon as everyone heard the news, they all experienced a profound sense of loss; however, they each dealt with it in their own special way.

This transpired as a direct consequence of hearing the news. Heather joined the group in 1997, and despite the passage of the subsequent 25 years during which she has not been found guilty of committing even a single violation, she has kept her status as a member in good standing despite the fact that she has not been guilty of committing even a single violation. During that time period, she was not only the 9th District Delegate for the New Jersey State First Aid Council, but she was also the First and Second Assistant Captain for the team.

In addition, she was a member of the team. In addition to that, she served as the team’s First Assistant Captain and Second Assistant Captain. In addition to that, she served for a considerable amount of time as the team’s First Assistant Captain, a position she held for the majority of that time. She received recognition as the Top Responder on one occasion, and on fourteen other occasions, she ranked in the top ten of those who had responded to the survey.

In total, she responded to the survey fifteen times. She has achieved a great deal in her life, and one of her many triumphs is being named the Person with the Fastest Response Time. During the time that Heather volunteered with PFAS, she took a total of 2172 calls, and the people who reached out to her via phone came from a diverse range of walks of life. Heather has a significant amount of experience in the field of emergency medical services as a result of her previous role as the Chief of Emergency Medical Services for the Hopewell Fire Department.

In addition to that, she has a background working as a 911 dispatcher, having done so in the past for both LifeComm and Mercer County Central. She had a combined 42 years of experience under her belt at the time of the conversation.
Note: Community members who are involved in the provision of emergency services are invited to the squad building on the evening of Monday, December 5th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm for an informal time to grieve and remember our dear Sister Heather.

This get-together will take place in the headquarters of the squad. This event will take place in the building that the team calls home, so that structure will serve as the venue.