Scholarship Winners for 2019-2020 Announced

The Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the forty-one scholarships awarded in April 2019. The following students have been awarded multi-year scholarships:

Sydney Brewer
Joseph Delaporta
Monique Deschenes
Joshua Hilton
Alyson Hoffman
Katie Konkler
Brian Mason
Nathaniel Paine
Jenna Reed
Connecticut
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Arizona
Ohio
Iowa
South Carolina
Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Madalyn Core
Riley Demanche
Hannah Hayes
Andrea Hoffman
Emma Jeffrey
Elyse Mancilla
Brittney Medina
Amanda Proffer
Ohio
Massachusetts
Mississippi
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Wisconsin
California
Texas

The following students have been awarded single year scholarships:

Charles Amer
Jacob Aultice
Anika Bradley
Sean Dean
Addalyn Johnson
Sabrina Ness
Jack Polmanteer
Jacqueline Stack
Josey Walton
Nolan Zeger
Pennsylvania
Virginia
Illinois
Arizona
Ohio
Minnesota
Michigan
New York
Virginia
Nebraska
Emily Apakian
Malana Baker
Jason Cartier
Alicia Fusco
Alexis Krist
Louisa-Kathleen Parrish
Elizabeth Shea
Regan Stigall
Eliza Williams
Pennsylvania
Iowa
New Jersey
New York
Kansas
North Carolina

Florida
Texas
California

We are pleased to announce that the recipient of the Kevin Tidwell Memorial Scholarship is Caroline Webber.  She will receive $2500 per year for four years. She lives in North Carolina and will be attending University of North Carolina-Chapel where she will study physics. 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 Carli Kasten.  Carli is from Florida and will attend the Florida State University in the fall where will be studying Business Administration.

David Carpenter has been awarded the Tim and Ritch Dangel Memorial Scholarship of $12,000 over 4 years.  David is from Indiana and plans to study elementary education. the fall 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.

Joy Arnold and Emily Woodward 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.  Joy lives in Arizona and plan to study Engineering.  Emily is from Vermont and plans to study nursing.

We wish to congratulate all our award recipients as well as all our applicants and wish them all the best in their studies this fall.  Congratulations to all!

Mary Kay