Princeton Hospital Auxiliary pays off Highway Rescue Truck

The auxiliary presented Princeton Highway Extrication with enough funds to pay their truck off three months early.

Doug Pateman (2nd from right) president of the Princeton Highway Extrication Society and member Kenny Bishop (far left) pose for photo with the board of the Princeton Hospital Ladies Auxiliary: treasurer Mitsy Hilmstead

Doug Pateman (2nd from right) president of the Princeton Highway Extrication Society and member Kenny Bishop (far left) pose for photo with the board of the Princeton Hospital Ladies Auxiliary: treasurer Mitsy Hilmstead

The Princeton Hospital Auxiliary presented Princeton Highway Extrication with enough funds to pay their truck off three months earlier than expected.

“We are ecstatic!” exclaimed Pateman, “Without these ladies we couldn’t have paid the truck off three months early. We couldn’t have gotten this far or have the truck even, without their tremendous support.”

The Highway Extrication Crew are a great group of people,” said auxiliary president Char Smith. She adds, “They do good work and it is much appreciated. Thanks go to Frank Courier for bringing the needs of the society to our attention.”

The brand new Highway Extrication rescue truck is now owned outright by The Princeton Highway Extrication Society.