Friends of Life Support

“If all goes well for you, traveling Interstate 90 is a beautiful evergreen experience. However, on this most dangerous stretch of the state’s major east-west corridor, it is inevitable that numerous accidents will occur and when they do, the medical response capacity is limited.”

Sid Morrison,
Washington State Secretary of Transportation 1993 –2001 
U.S. Congress, Washington State’s 4th District 1981 – 1993

“Because we have family and friends who travel I-90, Life Support is a good organization to get involved with. Its a great bunch of people fulfilling a much needed mission and they get results.”

Lori Watts – Kennewick, WA

“We were one of the original champions of the Life Support effort when it got started, and we’re back each year supporting the events, because its a good cause for this community, and for the general health and well being of all of us.”

Gordon and Janice Reykdal – Everett, WA

“Life Support is an amazing organization who’s commitment is unwavering in caring for those of us who enjoy our weekends in the Upper County communities. My late husband Darce and I have been supporters from day one.”

Victoria Lamb – Bellevue, WA

“Life Support has a “can do” attitude, energy and passion serving the Cle Elum area and we truly appreciate everything this organization does. We are more than happy to give.”

Mike and Janet DeYoung – Lake Cle Elum, WA

“Life Support is great!  This is the most well-organized group I have ever volunteered for! The whole volunteer experience is first class and fun. We recently retired in Spokane and will always remain supportive of this cause.”

Tim and Susan Riley – Spokane, WA

“As a Firefighter/EMT with nearly 38 years of experience, I have seen my fair share of incidents. No life should be compromised or lost if it is preventable.”

Ray Risdon, EMS Coordinator, 
Upper Kittitas County Fire District 7 2005 – 2018
Captain (retired), Seattle Fire Department 1973 – 2000 
Eastside Fire & Rescue Volunteer 1969 – 1993

“Life Support puts forth a lot of effort for the benefit of Upper County Communities and for all of us who travel I-90.  The Emergency Medical Services is significantly improved because of Life Support.”

Justin Zipperer – Firefighter/Paramedic Mason County

“Life Support has given Upper County first responders vital tools and the training that goes with them to be better equipped in our responses. With these gifts and the help of Life Support we are able to continue to grow and improve as agencies ultimately increasing the level of service we can provide to our community.”

Rachael Malcolm – Firefighter District 7

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