Hi! My name is Makayla Cartnick, and I have been an EMT on the Cranford First Aid Squad for over a year now responding to emergency calls throughout Union County. The First Aid Squad has given me the opportunity to get involved in the medical field, and serve my community in an extremely rewarding way. Not only have I learned valuable life lessons while riding at CFAS, I've also been introduced to an incredible community of talented and intelligent individuals that I truly co
Hello! I’m Jen Martinez and I’ve been a volunteer at CFAS for the past few years. CFAS has strengthened my appreciation for the community and built my ability to work with others. The squad has brought me many close friends who will stay with me for many years. The various calls have strengthened my medical knowledge and made me a better EMT. CFAS is much more than a 911 service for the town of Cranford, it is a family.
Hi my name is . I joined CFAS the summer before my senior year, and became an EMT just before I went to college. Though I don’t plan on going into the medical field, being a part of this organization has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, and helped me realize that I want to dedicate my life to public service. The first aid squad has helped me become a more confident and outgoing person, and given me memories and experiences that I never could have predict
I am a [mostly] retired trial lawyer. I started with CFAS in August 2019. I am training to be a driver and to learn the job of treasurer. After that, I hope to qualify as an EMT. I may be one of the oldest members of CFAS and perhaps because of that fact I am tremendously impressed by the skill and dedication of the younger members and cadets. The friendly and professional atmosphere of the Squad is outstanding. That atmosphere, in turn, both makes it a pleasure to ser