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AMR Announces Death of Grand Rapids Operations Supervisor Steve Stevenson



Greenwood Village, CO, December 3, 2012 - Steve Stevenson, the AMR Operations Supervisor in Grand Rapids, Michigan died Sunday in New York after a sudden illness.

Steve was in New York participating in AMR’s Hurricane Sandy relief effort.

“Steve made an indelible mark on the lives of the many colleagues he inspired and the friends and family he dearly loved,” said Mark Bruning, AMR President. “He was dedicated to serving the people of Grand Rapids and his passion and commitment will be missed.”

Steve was also a member of the Otsego Fire Department for the past 24 years where he served as a Captain.

Steve worked for AMR for more than 26 years. He served as a paramedic supervisor and was known for his compassion and caring.

“Steve Stevenson loved helping people. He was not only an outstanding paramedic and supervisor, he was also a great human being,” said Dale Feldhauser, General Manager of the AMR Grand Rapids operation. “He was a giving and caring person and he made big impact on everyone in our operation and the people we serve.”

Steve Stevenson leaves behind his devoted wife Karen and loving daughter Chelsea. Funeral arrangements are pending.

American Medical Response Inc. (www.amr.net), America’s leading provider of medical transportation, is locally operated in 40 states and the District of Columbia. AMR’s 18,500 paramedics, EMTs and other professionals transport more than four million patients nationwide each year in critical, emergency and non-emergency situations. Operating a fleet of approximately 4,500 vehicles, AMR, a subsidiary of Emergency Medical Services Corporation, is headquartered in Greenwood Village, CO.


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