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Tributes paid to respected ambulance stalwart Malcolm Harries

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The Welsh Ambulance Service Trust have paid tribute to Malcolm Harries, a Duty Control Manager based in Carmarthen, who passed away peacefully at his home on May 13 following a short illness.

Malcolm joined Pembrokeshire Ambulance Service in July 1976 and later moved to Withybush Ambulance Control, serving as a Duty Control Manager.

Following the creation of the Welsh Ambulance Service in 1998, Malcolm stepped up to focus on managing the emergency call centre for Central and West Wales in Carmarthen.

As a young man Malcolm was in the Scouts, which his family say explained his “can do” and “always prepared” attitude to life.

He enjoyed nothing more than spending time and family holidays with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Malcolm was an avid Swansea City football fan, having been a season ticket holder and enjoyed taking his grandson, Adam to matches.

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Eleanor Blackmore, the Trust’s Clinical Contact Centre (CCC) Manager in Carmarthen, described Malcolm as a true gentleman, a friend and confidant.

She said: “Malcolm always had time and a listening ear for his colleagues and was happy to share his wealth of knowledge with others.

“Malcolm’s passing has been felt widely across the Trust with words of condolence being shared from all parts of Wales.

“Malcolm will be sorely missed by all in CCC, especially his team.”

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