"He's very dedicated, compassionate, friendly, you probably couldn't get a better guy."
Anthony Jobes has been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic since the very beginning - he's an emergency medical technician, a firefighter, and a police officer in Caro.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Anthony wasn't feeling well and started to have a hard time breathing. According to WNEM-TV 5 News, he was taken to a local hospital and then transferred to St. Mary's in Saginaw, where he was diagnosed with COVID-19 and immediately put on a ventilator.
He's now at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor. His family isn't allowed to see him or talk to him right now. So, they're all raising money for Anthony's family instead - Central Huron Ambulance has started a fund called Angels for Anthony. 

As many folks know, Anthony Jobes is at the University of Michigan fighting COVID.
With the permission of his family,...

Posted by Central Huron Ambulance Service on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

They're selling angel pins for $5 and will soon be selling t-shirts, too.

"If you are interested in participating in “Angels for Anthony”, please contact Linda Shisler at lshisler@centralhuronambulance.com or Paula Kipper at pkipper@centralhuronambulance.com. We can also be reached via Facebook.
The cost of the pin is $5.00, and all proceeds will be delivered to Alex Jobes.
The pins will be available this coming weekend (supplies are expected to arrive Thursday) and are available to anyone who wants one and there is no limit on the quantity. However, please keep in mind that we have ordered enough supplies for 200 pins, so if we exceed that number, another order will need to be placed which could delay availability of the pins.
Anthony has been an EMT with Central Huron Ambulance Service for several years, and like any emergency service agency, he is our family. We are all praying for you Anthony, and the entire Jobes family!! We love you!"

Posted by Anthony Jobes on Sunday, December 1, 2019

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