Sub-Section 3-490-18 - Chris Loderhose Memorial Paramedic Academy Work-Study Program

CMH EMS Education Manual


Each trimester, each of the following individuals can sponsor one (1) student in the work-study program. From these sponsorships, a maximum of one (1) work-study student will be selected per trimester.

An official enrollment must be received by the PHS Clinical Chief before the start of each trimester of the Paramedic Academy. All application, entrance, and enrollment requirements must be met by deadlines provided; however, tuition fees will be reduced according to the work contract.

Only students with an overall Paramedic Academy grade greater than 80% and in good standing with laboratory and clinical requirements are eligible to participate in the work-study program. If the overall course grade drops below 80% or the student falls behind on laboratory or clinical requirements, the student will be removed from work-study program for the remainder of trimester and tuition fees will be pro-rated based on the portion of the work contract completed.

Award selection criteria is based on a point system. The one (1) student applicant with a sponsor and with the highest points will be awarded the work-study opportunity for the given trimester.


Christopher Allen Loderhose Obituary (Aug 22, 1968 - May 19, 2018)

Christopher Allen Loderhose, 49, went to be with his Lord on Saturday, May 19, 2018. He was born on Thursday, August 22, 1968 in Middleton, NY to Jean Marie Morse and Peter Hones Loderhose.

Chris moved to Springfield with his family in 1982 from Walden, NY. Chris attended Central High School, was on the wrestling team and graduated in 86’. It was here in 1983 that he met a young lady by the name of Michelle Climer. Chris and Michelle dated through high school. On June 10, 1988 they were united in marriage and to this union three children were born. Chris was saved during a service at the Westport Assembly of God when he was 18. Shortly after, he enrolled at Central Bible College and graduated in 1992. Chris attended CBC four years and also worked as a Youth Pastor, Pastor and in the transportation business before becoming a Paramedic.

Being a paramedic was his true calling. Chris loved helping others, from Pastoring, to transportation, from transportation to EMS, his desire was to show others Christ. Chris worked for CMH as a paramedic and as the Cedar County Manager from 2011 to 2014. He worked the last four years at Cox Health, saving lives while fighting for his own.

Chris “Poppy” loved his children and grandchildren. He had the opportunity to visit his grandchildren in Beaufort, SC and later in Okinawa, Japan while Cavin served in the U.S. Marines. Chris passed from colorectal cancer and was a strong advocate for early screening.

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing.”

Work-Study Application

Student name:

Applying for year:

Applying for semester:

I attest that I meet the following qualifications (select all that apply):

I have read the obituary for Rick Seiner and, if awarded, I agree to live up to Rick’s memory through being an EMS professional and student worthy of his name. [Mandatory]
My household income falls within the pre-tax, gross income required to qualify for one or both of the programs below. Verification of income may be required.
Household size:
Monthly income:
[Optional]
My family qualifies for Missouri Food Stamps [10 points]
My family qualifies for Missouri WIC [5 points]
I am currently an active volunteer emergency responder in my community.
Agency:
Chief signature:
[2 points]
I am currently an employee of Citizens Memorial Hospital. [5 points]
I intend to work at CMH as a paramedic after graduation. [1 point]

Student signature:


This section is to be completed by the review committee

Student name:

Applying for year:

Applying for semester:

Total points for this student:

Total number of applications:

Rank of this application:

Was this student selected for the award:

Committee representative name:

Committee representative signature:

Date signed:

Date forwarded to CMH HR Department:


Work-Study Program Contract

Student name:

Start date:

End date ():

Number of work hours per week:

Tuition reduction: $

Description of work (In general, work should be of a clerical, cleaning, or other administrative-type activity. At no time may a work-study student be substituted for EMT or paramedic staff. During work-study activities, the student must wear the student uniform and CMH-issued student ID badge and may not perform their normal work duties or study activities).

Student signature:

PHS Clinical Chief signature:


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