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New lifesavers complete emergency medical services training

Participants in the recent Franciscan St. Anthony Health Crown Point Emergency Medical Services Training Academy graduation are, front row from left, students Casimir Rosinski, class valedictorian, of Valparaiso; Anthony Flynn, of Crown Point; Josh Blanton, of DeMotte; Valentino Trevino, of Highland; and Mary Zamitis, of DeMotte, back row, program Lead Instructor Steve Fugaj; Medical Director Michael Streeter, DO; students Fred Brazzale, of Calumet City; Jamie White, of Hebron; Robert Madon, of Hammond; Marvin Miller, of Munster; and Rob Dowling, academy director and hospital coordinator of emergency medical services and preparedness.

CROWN POINT — The latest group of future paramedics recently graduated from the Franciscan St. Anthony Health Crown Point Emergency Medical Services Training Academy, which produces most of the first-responders from south Lake County departments. Among the nine graduates is Josh Blanton, of DeMotte, recipient of the Don Hess Memorial Scholarship named for the longtime academy director who died in 2011. Other graduates are: class valedictorian Casimir Rosinski, of Valparaiso; Fred Brazzale, of Calumet City; Jamie White, of Hebron; Robert Madon, of Hammond; Marvin Miller, of Munster; Anthony Flynn, of Crown Point; Valentino Trevino, of Highland; and Mary Zamitis, of DeMotte. For more information on the program, call (219) 757-6461.

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