$1,500 Dependent of Kootenai County Sheriff Deputy
Jacob Hagar, 2018
$1,000 Dependent of Coeur d’ Alene Police Officer
Zachary Holbrook, 2016
5,000 Dependent of Coeur d’ Alene Firefighter
Brianna Jung, 2016
$1,000 Dependent of Hauser Lake Firefighter.
Hayley Jackson, 2015
Hailey Jackson, a student at Coeur d’ Alene high school received a $1,500 scholarship $1,5000. Her father is a Kootenai County Deputy Sheriff
Samantha Shemlock, 2015
Samantha Sherlock, a student at Lakeland high school, received a $1,5000 scholarship. Her parents are firefighters at Hauser Lake fire department
Elizabeth Bookamer, 2014
The Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation awarded Elizabeth Bookamer, the 2014 Foundation Scholarship of $2,000. Elizabeth is the dependent of Ken Bookamer, a Kootenai County Fire & Rescue firefighter.
Richard Sullivan, 2013
2013 Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award recipient, Richard "Ryley" Sullivan was a student at Gonzaga Prep H.S. and was awarded a check for $1,000. Ryley is the son of Pat Sullivan, Coeur d'Alene Police Department.
Leah Muzzy, 2012
Leah Muzzy attended Lake City H.S. and her Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award was $1,500. Leah's father is a Kootenai County Sheriff deputy.
Kylie Johnson, 2012
Kylie Johnson attended Lake City H.S. Her Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award was $2,000. Kylie's father is a CDA Police Officer.
Kendra Stubbs, 2011
2011 Foundation Scholarship recipient Kendra Stubbs, a student at Lakeland H.S. is awarded a check for $1,500. Kendra is the daughter of Steve Stubbs, Kootenai Co.Sheriff deputy. Kendra will be attending Whitworth University in the fall.
Left to right Mr & Ms. Steve Stubbs, Kendra Stubbs and foundation director Bud Arce
Megan Hill, 2010
Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award began in 2010.
Megan Hill was the very first Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award winner.
The Scholarship Award is merit-based. The recipient(s) are chosen by a selection committee. Now in it's fifth year, the Memorial Foundation Scholarship Award has granted over $13,000 to college bound dependents of Kootenai County first responders. The recipients are truly among the brightest of today's young college students.