Staff Sergeant Jamie Ferguson
We would like to gift a Memorial Bench to Jamies’s son primary school and one for Jamie’s wife Sammi Ferguson.
SSG Ferguson joined the Army aged 16 and served for more than 20 years. As a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps he went on to serve with the SAS.
In Afghanistan he was involved in treating the victims of a 2009 attack by a rogue police officer who shot dead three Grenadier Guards and two Royal Military Policemen.
Jamie was described as one of the most experienced combat medics saving many lives in his career
Sergeant Ferguson, a veteran of multiple tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, shot himself after making the recording at the Leuchars military base in Fife.
Jamie suffered from PTSD and took his life in 18th June 2020.
Jamie is sadly missed every day by his wife Sammi, son Lukas, family and friends.
Veterans' mental health charity Combat Stress is available 24 hours a day on 0800 138 1619 for veterans and their families, 0800 323 444 for serving personnel and their families, via text on 07537 404719, or through their website.