Rick Wyatt

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Rick Wyatt aged 58 of Cut Knife Saskatchewan.  He lost his life due to a motor vehicle accident at Neilburg, Saskatchewan on May 28, 2011.  He leaves to mourn his passing his wife Ann, three daughters, and their families, his father and two sisters.

Rick was an EMR and a valuable member of our Ambulance crew in Cut Knife since February 1998.  He could always be counted on to take on-call shifts and the week-ends when no one else wanted them.  He was also an active member of the community, always donating his time to some worth while cause, he was a member of the Elks and a member on the fire and rescue team in Cut Knife.

The past few years Rick had worked for the Co-op Farm Supply in Neilburg, but still managed to work the extra shifts with Ambulance.  His passions were spending time with his family, working with the ambulance service and riding his Harley.

He was well know far and wide and will be greatly missed by his family, co-workers, the community and everyone whose lives he touched.

Shaping Our Industry

This section is designed to remember the individuals of the EMS family that have in some way been involved and/or shape the Emergency Medical Services industry. A memoriam is a special reflection and often a celebration of a loved one’s life, far more than a somber reflection on his or her death.

EMS is a small, but close family and we need to take the time to remember those that have impacted the profession, those that have dedicated the time and commitment it takes to put others first and help those in need. Operators, practitioners, volunteers, anyone involved in this industry deserves to be remembered as someone special.