Crozer Emergency Medical Services Paramedic Lives on in Scholarship in his Honor
During the recent graduation ceremony from the Delaware County Community College Paramedic Program, one student was named the recipient of the new Kevin W. Bundy Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Bundy was a former Crozer Emergency Medical Services paramedic and alumnus of Delaware County Community College who sadly died of COVID-19 in 2020. The Kevin W. Bundy Memorial Scholarship was created by his mother in his memory and was awarded to paramedic student Valerie Holliday. Holliday works as an emergency medical technician and will graduate next year from the college’s Paramedic Program.
“At the age of 33, Kevin’s life was cut short due to COVID. But COVID will not end Kevin’s legacy. Kevin’s legacy will live on through you,” Helen Brown, Bundy’s mother, told Holliday.
Bruce Egan, Delaware County president for the Emergency Health Services Council and Crozer Health’s Chief of EMS, was Bundy’s instructor when he was in the paramedic program and recalled how much he loved being a paramedic. He also fondly remembered his sense of humor.
While Bundy is sorely missed, his name and good work will live on in Delaware County and beyond.