GEORGE “WEDGE” MURDOCH, a founding member of the Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association, died on May 22, and emergency response officials from around the region turned out for his memorial service last Thursday afternoon in Middlebury. A color guard and a gathering of emergency vehicles processed from St. Stephen’s Church to the MVAA headquarters on South Street following the service.
Independent photos/Trent Campbell
MIDDLEBURY — Emergency response officials from throughout the region turned out in full uniform on Thursday to celebrate the life of Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association (MVAA) founding member George “Wedge” Murdoch, who died May 22 after a long illness.
Murdoch, 76, was recalled by his colleagues as a dedicated and caring man with a wry sense of humor.
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