Firefighter-Paramedic Elissa Paolino Retires From Brevard County Fire Rescue After 19 Years

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Lisa Paolino has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County

Congratulations and happy and healthy retirement to Firefighter-Paramedic Elissa Paolino. She has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 19 1/2 years with Brevard County Fire Rescue and previously served many years with Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad prior to BCFR’s acquisition of HCVAS. (Brevard County Fire Rescue image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Congratulations and happy and healthy retirement to Firefighter-Paramedic Elissa Paolino.

She has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 19 1/2 years with Brevard County Fire Rescue and previously served many years with Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad prior to BCFR’s acquisition of HCVAS.

Paolino’s last assignment is at Station 64 A-shift in the South Beaches.

Her last official shift is March 31, 2019, but her last working shift was March 22, 2019.

With the events over the past 10 days, the Fire Chief sincerely apologizes for not being at Lisa’s last shift.

This tradition, that he started almost five years ago, has been the Fire Chief’s way of acknowledging the dedication of our retirees.

Good luck in your future endeavors.

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