Most of you don’t know me personally. But many of you might now know my name. This was not the introduction I would have liked. I wanted to say that I apologize to any of you who feel I have disparaged your profession. That was never my intention. There has been controversy within me by outing somebody in a field that I hold in such high regard.
However, I cannot regret it. The people that have come forward to thank me for giving them voice, outweighs my personal discomfort in sharing aspects of the story that had to be told if only to raise awareness.
The few of you that have reached out to me has been very appreciated. I cannot express enough how much I support all of you and what you do. I became involved with a program that rewards our heroes because I feel am so passionate about the people who give so much to our community every day. I feel strongly in holding our heroes in high esteem. A pedestal.
I will not hold it against any of you for not coming forward… I hope that you do not hold against me that I did.
I am using the same tags as the rest of the posts so that anybody reading those would be able to see this, as well.
If you wish to read the whole story in order, now with updates (edited to add), on my experience with Steven Monteforte (AKA Steven Joseph, as this blog has put a crimp in his game. And he has a different job now… Piedmont Ambulance and Keystone Ambulance. And this is his new facebook page)
Post 13 Steven Monteforte brief update.