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Class of 2020 Paramedics Already on the Job
August 3, 2020

Nine students completed the Walters State Paramedic Program in July. The three-semester program trains individuals to practice as emergency medical paramedics in a variety of situations. All are working at local emergency agencies.
From Greeneville, Preston Justice of Greeneville completed the program. 
From Hamblen County, is Tanner Ferrell of Morristown completed the program. He received the Paramedic Student of the Year Award.
Both Justice and Ferrell are employed by Morristown EMS.
Sevier County graduates are Olivia Breeden, Colton Bryan, Brandon Farragut, Sawyer Morton and Andrew Stelzman, all of Sevierville; and Tyler King of Kodak. Breeden is employed by the Gatlinburg Police Department. Bryan, Farragut and King work for the Pigeon Forge Fire Department. Morton is employed by Sevierville Fire Department. Stelzman is employed by the Sevier County EMS.
Breeden received the Academic Award. Farragut received the Clinical Excellence Award. Seltzman received the Leadership Award. Bryan received the Douglas Allen Johnston Award of Excellence. 
From Union County, Christopher Braun of Maynardville graduated. Braun is employed by the Knoxville Fire Department. He received the Professional Development Award.