Scholarship Winners for 2015-2016
The Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the forty-three scholarships awarded in April 2015. The following students have been awarded multi-year scholarships:
The following students have been awarded single year scholarships:
We are pleased to announce the recipient of the Jill M. Balboni Memorial Scholarship funded by the LiveLearnBreathe Foundation is Andrew Denig. Andrew will receive $5000 per year for four years. Andrew will be attending the Georgia Institute of Technology studying nuclear and radiological engineering. He plans to be a medical physicist.
We are also pleased to announce that the recipient of the Kevin Tidwell Memorial Scholarship is Marcus North. He will receive $2500 per year for four years. He is from Arizona and will be attending Brigham Young University in Utah and plans to pursue a degree in Choral Education and Music. This scholarship is made possible by the generous donation of $10,000 from the Kevin Tidwell Foundation.
A scholarship in memory of Glen Parsons has also been funded by the Kevin Tidwell Foundation. Glen was a founding member of the Kevin Tidwell Foundation who donated his time and energy to that organization for over twenty years. This $10,000 scholarship was awarded to Kylee Garrison. Kylee is from Mississippi and is planning to major in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Samuel Zaref has been awarded the Tim and Ritch Dangel Memorial Scholarship. Samuel is from Connecticut and plans to study industrial design. He will receive $2000 per year for four years. This award has been made possible by the fundraising efforts of the family of Tim and Ritch Dangel in Ohio. The family sponsored a golf tournament in Cincinnati, Ohio and the proceeds were donated to fund this scholarship.
Jacob Weinstein and Kayleigh MacGregor are each recipients of the Michael Gaddes Memorial Scholarships funded by the Michael Gaddes Foundation in Michigan. Each student will receive $2000 per year for two years. Jacob lives in Florida and Kayleigh is a resident of California.
We wish to congratulate all of our award recipients as well as all of our applicants and wish them all the best in their studies this fall. Congratulations to all!