Tami Petersen Obituary, Death – It is with great regret that we must inform you of the passing of a pillar in North Dakota’s emergency medical services (EMS). Tami Petersen, who had been injured in a motorcycle accident earlier in the month, was unable to recover from the injuries she sustained and passed away on July 15th. When Tami first started out in the emergency medical services (EMS) field, she worked for the Mohall Ambulance.
After that, she went on to become a paramedic and an important figure in the teaching of emergency medical services (EMS) not only in Minot, but all over the state. Tami is in charge of training the great majority of the people that provide emergency medical services in our town, and she is responsible for their education. If you or a member of your family has ever been in a situation in which you required the assistance of the Mohall, Tolley, Lansford, or Sherwood ambulance, Tami is the person you should express your gratitude to.
Tami was not only an excellent educator but also have a wonderful sense of humor. She would regularly sprinkle her courses with hilarious anecdotes from past seminars and conferences that she had attended. Mohall Ambulance, its substations, and its members will be indebted to her for all eternity because of her dedication to emergency medical services (EMS), her strong sense of community, and her commitment to education. Her children, who have inherited her love for helping other people, will ensure that her legacy lives on via the many medical professionals that she educated, through the patients that she assisted, and through the patients that she helped.