CHICAGO (CBS) — A memorial service was held Monday for a Chicago Firefighter who died of COVID-19.
Loved ones remembered paramedic Robert Truevillian, a 20-year Chicago Fire Department veteran who worked out of Ambulance 71 in the South Deering neighborhood.READ MORE: State Launching $225 Million Program To Provide Middle And High Schools With Rapid COVID-19 Tests For The Fall
He died after battling the virus for a month.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Sunny Next Two Days
Truevillian is the third active duty CFD member to die of complications of COVID-19. Truevillian was 55 years old and is survived by his wife and four children.
He was known for his calm and organizational skills.MORE NEWS: CDC Advisory Committee Recommends Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For Kids Ages 12 To 15
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