Moama member celebrates decade of service with Marine Rescue NSW
Marine Rescue Moama volunteer Beresford Ralph has been recognised for 10 years service with Marine Rescue NSW.
Marine Rescue NSW Southern Zone Commander Mike Hammond and Moama Unit Commander Luke Sharrock presented Mr Ralph with his 10 year service medal during a ceremony at the Marine Rescue Moama base on the Murray River.
Image: (L to R) Marine Rescue NSW Southern Zone Commander Mike Hammond, Marine Rescue Moama Unit Commander Luke Sharrock and Beresford Ralph during the 10 year service medal presentation.
Zone Commander Hammond said Mr Ralph is a highly respected and experienced member of the Moama Unit.
“He’s a very active member who contributes a lot to the unit and responds to many of our call outs.
“He’s very generous with his time and willing to deploy out of area,” he said.
Zone Commander Hammond said Mr Ralph’s dedication to the Service represents countless hours given to Marine Rescue NSW serving the Murray River community.
“A decade of volunteering takes great commitment and were grateful for Beresford’s service.
“He’s an experienced mariner on inland waterways and brings a lot of skill and experience to the Moama unit.
“He’s a very dedicated person and is always ready to assist,” Zone Commander Hammond said.