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Newsmaker: Tim Noullet

| Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, 12:00 p.m.

Noteworthy: Noullet was presented with the St. Barnabas Health System's 2011 Hoppy Award, the equivalent of an employee of the year award. Noullet risked his life when he helped save a family from a house fire in 2010. Noullet was off-duty at the time, which he said helped him win the award.

Age: 43

Residence: Butler

Family: Wife, Sandy, 40; children Mary, 11, and Charlie, 3

Occupation: Noullet is a security officer at St. Barnabas, patrolling the Valencia campus, answering emergency alarms and attending to after-hours calls.

Background: He was a security officer at Butler Memorial Hospital from October 1992 to October 2000.

Quote: "It's a dream come true to receive that from your peers," Noullet said of the Hoppy Award. "I'm lucky to be alive. For me, every day is a miracle unto itself. I feel like I've been given a second chance."

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