Huxley, IA – It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Betty Robb, a longstanding member of Huxley Fire and Rescue (HFR), who left us on Monday, December 18, 2023. Betty’s dedication and commitment to her community were unparalleled, leaving an indelible mark on HFR and those who had the privilege to work alongside her.
Huxley Fire & Rescue Page Shared a tribute in memory of betty on facebook:
Betty joined HFR in 2009, serving in various capacities including working on the ambulance, as a first responder, and heading up our rehab division. Her exemplary service extended beyond HFR as she also served on Slater EMS from 2003-2015, including many years as EMS chief.
Beyond her professional roles, Betty was an integral part of the HFR Association, holding positions as treasurer and secretary. She was instrumental in planning and running multiple events over the years, showcasing her commitment to her community and her colleagues.
Betty’s dedication was such that she was often in the running for top responder, attending the most calls each quarter. she was known for her reliability and preparedness, she could always be counted on to be there when needed and to have at least two spare flashlights in case of need.
Her loss has left a profound void in HFR and the wider community. Betty’s unwavering commitment, her compassionate nature, and her readiness to serve will be greatly missed by her HFR family and all those who knew her.
As we mourn the loss of Betty, we celebrate her life and her remarkable contributions to Huxley Fire and Rescue and the community at large. Our deepest condolences go out to her family during this incredibly difficult time.
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