Virginia State Police 1st Sgt. C.J. Gassner, Capt. C.M. Sterling (Division 5 Commander), Trooper J-M.N. Sebatumitsi and Sgt. J.A. Teagle, from left, pose in front of one of the first responder photos in a new permanent exhibit unveiled earlier this month at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital, Gloucester. Below, some of the photos on display at Gloucester’s Riverside Walter Reed Hospital featuring firefighters and other first responders.
Gloucester’s Riverside Walter Reed Hospital unveiled a series of
commissioned photographs featuring first responders from across the
Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck in a program on Jan. 6.
The photographs, created by Michael Taylor of Sigmon Taylor
Photography, Williamsburg, have been placed on permanent exhibit at the
Esther Desimini, president of Riverside Walter Reed, said, “Our first
responders are more than just our partners in health care. They keep us
She said that over the years, first responders have br...
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