Thomas Andryshak, Jr., EMT-P, CIC, SFI
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Andryshak Jr is the founder and CEO of America’s Life Savers, LLC. He has over 10 years of experience in emergency services and a talent for inspiring those around him, students and fellow educators alike. Thomas has diverse expertise resulting from his work as a Paramedic, Educator, EMS Leader, and Firefighter. He currently practices as a Paramedic in Orange County, NY where he works as a Professional Firefighter. Thomas has clear passion for the industry also serves as the Assistant Chief of his hometown Volunteer fire department.
“I ensure that quality education is provided to every student we encounter. I manage the training plans and conduct surveys to identify ways to improve our services. I provide my instructors with continuing education to improve the classroom experience and keep up with current trends and changes in curriculum and instruction. Our services span all aspects of medical services, fire safety, management training and business reorganization. My theory is simple…why be good at something when you can be great at it?
Charles Lee Miller, RN, CCRN, EMT-P
Chief Operating Officer
Charles began his career in EMS as a teenager volunteering with the local fire department. After high school, he began his first job in a hospital setting with Bassett Healthcare and continued work in the emergency services world. Charles started out as a dispatcher, progressed to an EMT, and finally became a Paramedic working in a variety of urban, suburban, and rural settings. He discovered early in his career that he had a passion for education, first working as an EMS educator providing initial and continuing education in Delaware County, NY. Following graduation from nursing school, he began working at Catskill Regional Medical Center in Sullivan County, NY. He is currently working as an educator and the Chief Operating Officer for America's Life Savers. He is a mission specialist for Operation Endeavor and enjoys time spent on location providing healthcare and education where it is needed the most. Charles continues to work in acute-care as an ER and CCU nurse and practices as a paramedic in Sullivan County. He is currently American Heart Association TC Faculty, a National Association of EMTs Course Coordinator, and an active member of the National Association of EMS Educators where he serves on the Research Committee.