Vale Stafford Wulff – advocate and mentor

It is with great sadness that we lament the recent passing of Stafford Wulff (BParamedicSc ’20), Flinders University graduate and paramedic course tutor.

As the first in his family to attend university, Stafford studied a Bachelor of Paramedic Science as a mature aged student. He worked two part-time jobs to make ends meet and pay for his essential study costs.

Stafford Wulff (right) and fellow paramedic Gabe Hicks established the Stafford Wulff Opportunity Scholarship in Paramedic Science to support paramedic students

It was through enduring these financial difficulties that Stafford and fellow paramedic Gabe Hicks (BParamedicSc ’16) were inspired to establish the Stafford Wulff Opportunity Scholarship in Paramedic Science.

An avid fundraiser, Stafford created opportunities to fundraise for a range of charities, including the inaugural Triple 0 Charity Ball in 2021, which helped to raise funds for his scholarship to support first year paramedic students, facing financial hardship.

Stafford will be remembered by all as an enthusiastic and generous educator, a passionate advocate for students and a kind and humble person.

His legacy will continue with the scholarship to help new paramedic students at Flinders reach their goal of becoming paramedics and serving the community, as Stafford did.

The Flinders community offers our thoughts and sympathy to Stafford’s wife, Kirsty, along with his friends and family.

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