Rescue squad recognizes support from Webb bequest for new vehicles

From left are Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad captain Dawn Thompsen and treasurer Harry Tayloe and Webb estate representatives Ann Shelton and George Snead. They are standing in front of two new rescue units recently acquired through a bequest from Madison "Moon" and Mary Webb.

KILMARNOCK—The Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad (KLVRS), over the past two years, has been undergoing some significant changes both in infrastructure and equipment.

In addition to adding sleeping/resting quarters to the KLVRS facility at 61 Harris Road, Kilmarnock, a goal has been set to replace all three ambulances with new ones to provide the rescue personnel with the most up-to-date equipment to serve the community, reported treasurer Harry Tayloe.

The KLVRS recently acquired two new rescue units thanks in no small part to Madison “Moon” and Mary Webb, longtime residents of the community, said Tayloe. The Webb family made it a priority to provide for the well-being of their friends and neighbors by making a substantial bequest to the KLVRS for the purpose of acquiring three new units…