The Boston Emergency Squad is a Volunteer Ambulance Corporation serving the town of Boston and providing mutual aid services to the surrounding communities since January 4th 1967.  The dedicated volunteers of the Boston Emergency Squad are committed to providing excellent ambulance and first aid service primarily within the Town of Boston free of charge.

Mission Statement:

The care of the sick and injured has long been an honored profession. We who have chosen to serve in its ranks are embarking onto a field well bedecked with the honors of great skills, courage and devotion to duty. We who choose to voluntarily give so much of our time and effort to the cause of emergency first aid and ambulance service for our community must be of generous nature and high moral fiber. We must possess physical, mental and moral qualifications. We must have good health, strength and endurance. We must be proficient in our training and observation, and exercise sound judgment. We must display dignity, discretion, courtesy and sympathy. We play the initial role in treatment for the recovery of the sick and injured who beckon us for assistance. Our attitude transfers to the patient and, with our skills, aids the patient to get well. In order to properly fulfill the task we have chosen, we must conduct ourselves at all times, in squad performance and in personal life, in such manner as to lend good reputation to this the BOSTON EMERGENCY SQUAD, INC.

2017 Officers:

President:  Don O’Bryant

Vice President:  Jack Braun

Corresponding Secretary:  Wendy O’Bryant

Recording Secretary:  Lynn Gerber

Treasurer:  Ken Brown

Director of Operations:  Lorinda Koczur

Deputy Director of Operations:  Chris Zemrac

Training Lieutenant:  Nathalie Collins

Supply Lieutenant:  Joe Wells

Duty Roster Lieutenant:  Karla Mead

Station Lieutenant:  Susan Carr

Transportation Lieutenant:  Russ Metcalf

Emergency Preparedness Lieutenant:  Brad Smith


Charter Members January 4th 1967:

Charter Members