Service and Awards: Paul Legendre .
A century later, this was replaced by the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (Military) (Gazette issue 33653). The first of three Exmouth RNLI volunteers to tie the knot this summer, Andrew Stott (35) is in his sixteenth year as a crew member at Exmouth RNLI. For more information please visit the RNLI website or Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The medal can be traced back to July 1830, when King William IV instituted the Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Apptd Coxswain 2011: None - Full time RNLI Coxswain: 34 years service.
He joined the crew following his older brother, Karl and was subsequently followed by his twin brother, Roy. Ireland's sailing, boating & maritime magazine. Aden Emergency, Radfan and South Arabia operations long service pair awarded to Corporal P.J.J. The RNLI is independent of Coastguard and government and depends on voluntary donations and legacies to maintain its rescue service. Since the RNLI was founded in 1824, its lifeboat crews and lifeguards have saved over 142,700 lives. Timmy Lee was awarded the RNLI's 20 year long service medal and Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal. Lifeboat Operations Manager Martin Wade said “we are all very proud of Matthew’s long service and dedication, he is an inspiration to all our younger crew members.” Matthew joined the [&hellip
Learn more about the RNLI. Second Coxswain: Joined crew 2003 Apptd Deputy 2nd Coxswain 2007 Mervyn Kinney was awarded the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal. West Mersea lifeboat’s senior Helmsman Matthew Haward was awarded his 30 year long service medal by Divisional Operations Manager Neil Hancock during a recent visit to West Mersea. The final Long Service Medal presented on the night was to Macduff RNLI Lifeboat Coxswain Andrew ‘Chassey’ Findlay who was presented with a 30 year medal by Roy Morrison. Long Service Badge Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal: Lee Blacknell. Apptd 2nd Coxswain 2002. See All Featured Sections.
See All Featured Sections Coxswain: Joined crew 1981 . Chassey joined the Boat Crew at Macduff in 1987 and during his 32 years with the … During his service he has received the Golden Jubilee medal and more recently the Queens Diamond Jubilee medal. In association with Irish Sailing. Kevin Byers, Bangor Lifeboats Operations Manager said: 'The medals acknowledge the dedication, obligation and duty the crew undertake in carrying out their task of saving life at sea.