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 PHOTO COURTESY OF EMS COUNCIL OF NEW JERSEY PHOTO COURTESY OF EMS COUNCIL OF NEW JERSEY Bill Madden of Freehold, right, a volunteer for more than six decades with the Freehold First Aid and Emergency Squad, accepts the EMS Council of New Jersey’s Lifetime Achievement Award from EMSCNJ President Howard Meyer. Madden has been a squad member since 1952 and currently serves as a trustee, acts as a squad liaison to the Borough Council in Freehold Borough, and has chaired the squad’s fund drive and anniversary celebration and parade committees for many years. In his younger days, Madden helped deliver one of his six children in the car en route to the hospital.


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