Editor’s Note: The Herald has partnered with Botetourt County Fire & EMS to highlight the men and women that are keeping the county safe during this uncertain time. Every week, Fire & EMS workers will be highlighted.
Joshua Hamilton has been assigned to Station 12 on A shift and has been with the department in a full-time capacity for four years, a total of five years. On his off days, he enjoys spending time with his wife, two children, and dog. If he’s not working around the house, he enjoys spending time camping/traveling.
Kayla Jones is a paramedic/firefighter for Botetourt County. She says that she loves her job, the county, and being able to help people every day. “I am always determined and strive to do the best I can. Outside of work, I enjoy the time I get with my family. I also have three dogs and several reptiles! My favorite things to do are read a good book and spend time outdoors,” she said.