Shelby County Survivor Benefits

Survivor Benefits

Updated March 2019


The 100 Club of Memphis

4646 Poplar Ave #510
Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: (901) 761-5333

Approximately $2,500 provided to family directly after death; $7,500 trust fund set up for all children up to age 25. Fund earns interest until child is of college age and can only be used for educational purposes. Trust reverts back to the 100 Club if not used. Must be a resident of Shelby County.

Our Fallen Heroes

6025 Stage Road
Ste 42-224
Bartlett, TN 38134
Phone: (877) 424-9311
E-mail: [email protected]

Lt. Trent A Kirk lost his life on Father’s Day, June 15, 2003 while battling a fire at the Family Dollar in Frayser, TN. Since then, Our Fallen Heroes Foundation has raised funds to support children in the community by supporting their continuing education. Our Fallen Heroes Foundation will award five scholarships annually totaling $11,500:

Lt. Trent A. Kirk Shelby County Fire Line of Duty Scholarship

Lt. Trent A. Kirk Shelby County First Responders Dependent Scholarship

Lt. Trent A. Kirk Shelby County Fire Responders Cancer Scholarship

Lt. Trent A. Kirk Shelby County Fire Responders PTSD/Suicide Scholarship

Lt. Trent A. Kirk Bartlett High School Memorial Scholarship

The Foundation defines Fallen as any First Responder who has given their lives whether in a line of duty death, illness, accident, cancer or suicide. The scholarships will be available for students planning to attend a university, accredited college or school of higher learning in the United States. The scholarships are for the biological children or stepchildren of Fallen Firefighters, Police, EMS, or Sheriff’s Department throughout Shelby County.

Disclaimer: The material contained in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Survivor Benefits website is not the result of legal research, but rather is based on a scan of public documents. We have made every effort to be accurate and timely, but errors may exist. The material on this website is advisory only and should not be cited as evidence or proof that a benefit exists or that our facts are accurate. Always consult the decedent’s fire department for benefits assistance, or a benefits’ attorney. If, in the course of your own research, you see errors of fact, or new benefit information, please pass this information along to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.