Medic One Foundation honors leaders and legends
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The Medic One Foundation honored three Leaders and Legends: Lenny Wilkens, Suzanna Darcy-Hennemann, and Randolph Mantooth.

When six minutes means the critical difference between life and death.

It’s a fact: Medic One, Seattle and King County’s pre-hospital emergency care system, sets the standard for lifesaving excellence in the U.S. and worldwide.

The Medic One Foundation is a major reason why.

This year the Lifesavers and Legends event celebrated three honorees who helped inspire Medic One volunteers.

Lenny Wilkens
Inspirational leader, philanthropist, and Basketball Hall of Famer, inducted as a player in 1989 and twice as a coach in 1998 and 2010.

Suzanna Darcy-Hennemann
Chief Pilot for Boeing Flight Services, the first woman to captain a 747-400 and a 777, and in 2005 commanded a flight that set a record for the longest non-stop flight of a passenger airliner.

Randolph Mantooth
Actor and EMS/Fire Service advocate, recognized for his role as Paramedic John Gage on NBC’s popular TV series EMERGENCY!

Please visit the Medic One Foundation website to find out how you can help them save lives.