AMR Evansville Emergency Dispatcher Dies From Covid-19

An AMR Evansville Emergency Dispatcher, who is a father of five, lost his battle with Covid-19 earlier this week.

Posted: Oct 31, 2021 4:31 PM
Updated: Nov 1, 2021 8:07 AM

Another first responder has lost their battle with Covid-19 in the Tri-State.

Charles Janis, a 33-year-old emergency dispatcher for the American Medical Response of Evansville, died last week.

According to AMR of Evansville, his wife Brittany Janis, is an EMT.

Together, they have five children.

"He started working here at AMR Evansville because he had a passion for helping others and his ultimate goal was to become a local law enforcement officer," said an Oct. 29th post from AMR Evansville on Facebook. "Our hearts go out to Brittany and the children. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers."

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