Hall of Fame Award Application

Make a Hall of Fame Nomination

There is no limit to the number of individuals who can be inducted in one year, but the individuals inducted are expected to be of the highest quality and clearly worthy of recognition at the state level. Individuals must meet the following criteria:

  1. The nominee must be a member of the Association and must have been active in the South Carolina Fire Service for at least 15 years
  2. The nominee must have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the fire service beyond the local level. Participation in regional, state, and /or fire service endeavors are preferred. This may include active involvement in fire service legislation, codes, training, landmark state or regional fire service programs, etc.
  3. A South Carolina firefighter who dies in the line of duty will be inducted into the Hall of Fame automatically, independent of the criteria outlined above, provided the Subcommittee on Awards of the Executive Committee, finds no hard evidence that inducting the individual would discredit the South Carolina State Firefighters’ Association.

    NOTE: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT NOT TO PRESENT THIS AWARD IF NOMINATIONS DO NOT MEET ALL THE CRITERIA
Nominee Information
Person Making Nomination

(Nominations must be made by an Association member)

Fire Service Line of Duty Death
Details About Nomination

List the nominee’s fire service experience including length of service, departments in which he/she has served and positions held.

Provide a summary of the nominee's formal educational and fire service training achievements.

Provide a narrative describing why you believe the individual is worthy of this award. Be sure to include examples of the individual's dedication, loyalty, productivity, and professionalism as described in this document. Special achievements are of particular

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