The Floyd Valley Foundation, along with the Musson family, have announced that they will once again be accepting applications for the Steven H. Musson Memorial Emergency Services Scholarship until April 15th. To be eligible, the applicant(s) must reside and actively engage in emergency care in Plymouth County. This can include: paramedic, first responder, emergency care technician (EMT), WITCC College Now students enrolled in the EMT course or a squad.
This year, the scholarship program will be awarding a $600 scholarship. This funding must be used for direct expenses related to pursuing any emergency care training including books, tuition, classes, transportation, and squad trainings.
2021 scholarship winners were Logan Held with Merrill Ambulance Services and Molly Roder with Remsen Ambulance Services.
During this time, interested applicants (individuals or a squad) may obtain an application by clicking here or contacting The Foundation at 712-546-3348 to request a copy be mailed.
The Steven H. Musson Emergency Services Endowment was established in 2003 by the Musson family to recognize and honor Steve for his passion for emergency care. Floyd Valley Healthcare recognizes and appreciates the 27 years of steadfast duty, organization, and care he gave. Steve helped start the Le Mars Ambulance service in 1975 and served as co-director until his death in 2002. He also served on the Floyd Valley Hospital Board of Trustees and was instrumental in the decision to expand the Outpatient and Emergency Departments, a vision that was completed in the fall of 2004.
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