Harold “Jamie” Dickey
Company: Cullman County Solid Waste
Years of Service: 5
Comments: “We’re mourning for him,” said Cullman County Attorney Chad Floyd. “It’s a tough day for the county. We’ve never lost anyone like this before.”
Grief counselors are being made available to Dickey’s co-workers on Friday.
“Our employees are dedicated to public service, and Jamie was no exception. Jamie was a valuable part of our County work force, and he will be greatly missed,” said Kenneth Walker, chairman of the Cullman County Commission. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jamie’s family, his wife and children.”
We will not forget you, Harold “Jamie” Dickey.
Together, let’s honor the memory of the men and women who have served by our side. Whether on the garbage trucks, delivering portable sanitation units, or working in the offices and repair shops, the employees of our industry serve important roles and are very special people. As we remember this fallen hero of the waste industry, we join with their family and co-workers to honor their service.