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Remembering Jim Page

This group is dedicated to James O. Page, founder of JEMS and father of modern EMS. Page died suddenly Sept. 4, 2004, at 68. He has been greatly missed, but through his teachings and our memories, we can continue to honor him and what he stood for.

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Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2013

We Can't Believe It's Been 5 Years

Post Your Thoughts and Memories on the Legacy of Jim Page Below in Our Special Forums & Comment Wall

On the fifth anniversary of Jim's death, we want to take this opportunity to reflect on all that he meant to us -- as EMS professionals and as people. He told us to have the courage to do what's right and to accept our mistakes. He made us feel important when he remembered our name after meeting us only once. He showed us how to live to a higher standard and to take care of each other. Each day, we continue to carry out his mission, and we encourage you to share your thoughts and memories as well.

Read recent tributes from his closest colleagues, including:

EMS Discussion Forum

from a fire-side collaborator 2 Replies

My collaboration started when I was working on an update of IFSTA Company Officer in 1996. Writing for Fire-Rescue Magazine evolved into a fire officer textbook.The second edition of Jones &…Continue

Last reply by Mike Ward Sep 4, 2009.

Remembering Jim Page's Legacy: Five Years Ago

DAVE J. IANNONEJEMS.comAuthor's Note: The following is an obituary and memorial I wrote about Jim Page the day he passed away. At the time I worked for Firehouse.com and as you'll see from my…Continue

Started by JEMS Web Chief Aug 28, 2009.

2004 Staff Tributes

After Jim's death in 2004, many of his past co-workers submitted heartfelt tributes to JEMS. We've re-posted some of them here.****When I first met him in the summer of 1988, the name James O. Page…Continue

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Started by JEMS Web Team Aug 27, 2009.

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Comment by Gul Dukat on August 27, 2009 at 5:55pm
Although I never had the privilege of meeting Jim Page in person I will say that his presence has cast a long tall shadow on my career in E.M.S. Having first picked up a copy of JEMS back in the late 80’s I was always enthralled with stories of Jim fighting for the betterment of EMS whether it was in New Jersey the nations capital or out in California.

While there certainly have been other people in EMS who have made an impact I don’t believe that anyone anywhere has done more to advance the cause than Jim Page did.

Somewhere around our service we have a copy of the history of EMS as narrated by Jim. I think I’m going to pull it out and make our crews watch it.
 

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