Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary
Volunteer Marine Search and Rescue
March 1st, 2009
March 1st, 2009

Certificate of Achievement in Search and Rescue

As Christopher Reeves once said “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary - Pacific Unit 14 Gibsons, which consists of William Parsons, Marcel Van Der Stelt, Adrian White and Elaine James, are some of those heroes who persevere when they are faced with a difficult situation, to ensure that people in distress will come out of their difficult situation alive and well.

The members of the CCGA-Pacific Unit 14 Gibsons made a notable commitment to marine search and rescue, and because of their prevention work, they are able to reach many boaters, and educate them in order for them to be safer on the water. Numerous lives have also been saved thanks to these people, who think of others before themselves and who are committed to ensuring water safety.

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