Acushnet Frontline Worker Doubles as Firefighter and Paramedic
Scott Labelle is a local firefighter and paramedic from Acushnet. Working more than 60 hours each week, he doubles between two different departments. He is a full-time firefighter and paramedic in Bourne and a part-time paramedic in Marion.
The first responder was nominated by his wife, Jessica Labelle. She knows that he is the hardest working man that she has ever met.
“When he's not working at one of his jobs, he's guaranteed to be helping someone whether its family or friends,” Labelle said. “He is such a dedicated employee, husband, father, son, and friend!”
Scott is not one to turn someone away when they are in need.
“I don't think I've ever heard him say no to anyone, “Labelle said. “He would give the shirt off his back, even to a stranger.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has not slowed Scott down. In fact, it’s only magnified his ability to be there for everyone else during difficult times.
“Scott has worked throughout the pandemic and never complained an ounce,” Labelle said. “Thank you for being a dedicated first responder!”
Thank you, Scott, for all you do day in and day out.
If you would like to shine a light on the essential workers in your life, click HERE to nominate them for the Spotlight SouthCoast Frontline Heroes program. Let everyone know what this past year has been like for them and how proud you are to know them. This program is made possible thanks to our sponsors, Prima Care and Bay State Window & Door.