Jamie Dickman Training Scholarship
James A. “Jamie” Dickman, age 31, died on Sunday, January 26, 2014, doing the job he loved, fighting a fire for the City of Toledo. Jamie was born April 11, 1982, in
Sandusky to Greg and Linda (Williams) Dickman and grew up desiring to be a firefighter. Following high school graduation in 2000, Jamie attended EHOVE Fire School and fulfilled his dream, joining the Perkins Township Fire Department. A hard worker and excellent provider, Jamie also owned and operated his own cleaning business, New Image Cleaning, for 5 years and worked construction on the side. In 2013, after graduation from the Toledo Fire Academy, Jamie was hired by the Toledo Fire Department, where he was proudly employed as a firefighter and advanced EMT. Jamie was never happier with his work than he was with TFD and his brotherhood of firefighters. He was a member of Local 92.
Jamie was very involved with the music ministry at his church, The Chapel, in Sandusky, where he played both bass and electric guitar. In 2010, he went on a mission trip to Haiti with his church to help that country rebuild. Jamie found the mission trip to be a life changing experience, learning to more deeply appreciate the abundance of blessings we have in this country and those he had in his personal life.
Jamie will be remembered for his big-heart and his caring personality, always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need. He was a devoted husband, father, son, brother and friend, who made this world a better place.
He is survived by his wife, Jamie N. (Young) Dickman, whom he married on October 25, 2003; three-year old daughter, Paige and one-month old son, Grant; his parents, Greg and Linda Dickman; sisters, Olivia Cheney and Caitlin Dickman; maternal grandmother, Estle Williams; his wife’s parents, Ray and Dolly Young; his wife’s siblings, Joshua (Trista) and Jason (Kira) Young and Julie (Jon) Torrence; eleven nieces and nephews; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Jamie Dickman Fire/Rescue/EMT Scholarship Application
High School, Adult and Department
Applicants must live in Northern Ohio, and have plans to attend additional training after graduation of high school in the areas of fire, rescue, or EMT. Applicants will be selected on grades, career plans, the commitment to public safety, references, and current commitment to our local community. Applicants will receive scholarship monies after the successful completion of additional training in the areas of fire, rescue, or EMT and grades must have been sent to Erik Hansberger (Northern Ohio Scholarship Committee Member) at the above address.
The number and dollar amount of scholarships will be determined by the number and quality of applications received. Please fill out the application below. If you would rather download a copy of this application, please mail/email them to the following address:
F.O.O.L.S Scholarship Committee
C/O Erik Hansberger
1156 U.S. Rt. 250 S.
Norwalk, OH 44857