October 14, 2022 at 8:56 p.m.
Remer Area Ambulance Service needs your help
The Remer Area Ambulance Service is seeking individuals to serve as EMTs serving the community where you live. Why should you join? Here are some of the reasons your neighbors serve.
Diane Ammerman: “I wanted to help our community and see what ambulance people did “back then.” 41 years.
David Anderson: “To cheerfully help people in our community and surrounding areas.” 19 years.
Terri Datzman: I had just moved to my cabin and wanted to help people in my small town of Outing. Outing Quick Response is under Remer Ambulance.” 22 years.
Shem Daugherty: “I had been able to see the EMT’s help while I was coaching and I like to serve and help the community I live in.” 15 years.
Pat Dysart: “In the summer of 1996 at Timber Trails Resort, we had our first medical emergency, and not knowing what to do, we joined Remer Area Ambulance Service and got proper training to respond to emergencies.” 25 years.
Mindi Genz: “A good friend talked me into it. I’d experienced my dad collapsing from a heart attack and I felt helpless, didn’t like that feeling.” 10 years.
Kayla Harris: “I am a person who loves to help out where needed. After watching my mother, Diane Ammerman for 30+ years, I also wanted to be helping our community and volunteering.” 13 years.
Lyndsay Hausken: “I want to help people.” 9 years.
Manja Holter: “As an expectant mom at the time, I thought it would be valuable to acquire some solid first aid skills, given the remote area where we live. I completed the first responder course and got hooked. I value the teamwork amongst all members of RAAS. They inspired me to go for the EMT a year later. Responding to neighbors in need or being on scene for school sport events…it’s a great way to give back to our community.” 13 years.
Sarah Holter: “I joined RAAS because I wanted to do something out of my comfort zone and I like helping out others, and do not sleep much anyway.” 19 years.
Carol Kloehn: “Lynn Schneider and Carla Tschida badgered me to join. I was in the very first 1st Responder class. I’d taken CPR and when a neighbor had a heart attack I performed life-saving measures.” 32 years.
Shiela Lego: “I joined because LeAnna Anderson convinced me to join. I wanted to be able to help people and now I’m making a career out of it!” 12 years.
Vicki Nelson: “Becoming an EMT was my true calling. I love helping people. I get to help people from the most minor things to their worst days. It’s always a pleasure to help my community and I work with some pretty amazing people.” 8 years.
Carol Procopio: “I started RAAS as a First Responder when I moved back to the Remer community, then became an EMT after being on a number of calls and wanting to do more. Part of the reason I joined was that my mom, Marge Richardson, was an EMT while I was in high school. I enjoy giving back to the great community I grew up in.” 13 years.
Lynn Remington: “I joined Remer ambulance and became an EMT so I am able to help and serve my community.” 2 years.
Sarah Rice: “I enjoy helping my community and people in need.” 7 years.
Lynn Schneider: “I was at an electrocution. As a nurse, I had no idea what to do. Months later Remer Ambulance offered the EMS course and I was hooked.” 41 years.
Lori Sizenbach: “Diane Ammerman highly influenced me to take the class and join. I’m glad to be able to help people in my community.” 27 years.
Cindy Thompson: “When I retired, I’d always known I wanted to help others. I used to worry about everything. Taking EMS classes helped me learn so much. The more I knew, the less I worry because knowledge takes away the fear of the unknown. I have become a braver person and I have a purpose in life, which is really rewarding…helping others at their worst time and helping take away their fear.” 2 years.
Jennifer Welk: “I joined Remer Ambulance because I like helping people in their time of need.” 14 years.
Eugene Wempner: “I got into EMS due to a desire to help people, and I joined Remer Ambulance to provide service to my local community.” 5 years.
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