• SAHS Alumni Association Educational Fund

     


    ALUMNI SUBJECT AWARDS

    The Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association gives and awards to the students with the highest averages with the most courses taken within the subject area. The exception is for that of the vocational student who is identified as the vocational student (3 years enrollment) who is ranked the highest in the class.

    The candidate for the art award usually comes from the Art Major course, the most advanced offered by the school.
    This award is for $50 for each subject:
    Business, English, Foreign Language, Science, Social Studies, Art
    Vocational-highest ranked vocational student
    This money is in the form of a check from the General Fund.

    These awards are presented at the high school awards program. This program is usually held about two or three nights before graduation. The treasurer of the association would give seven checks to the individual from the association that would present the awards at the program. The names of the winners would be written on the checks after the guidance office forwards the names of the winners to the treasurer. This would be done prior to the awards program.

    Albert Fecko Award
    This award was established by a generous donation of Exxon Mobile stock from Mr. Albert Fecko. The original amount of the stock had a value of $20,740.
    The amount of the award each year is to be $500 plus the dividend earned for that year.
    The awards is to be presented to a student accepted to and enrolled in an accredited registered nursing major program. Where possible, this student should not also receive the (Leona Adams fund for Isaac and Louse Rothermel which is also a nursing award).
    This disbursement is through the M & T bank. The guidance department must notify the bank who is to receive the award.

    Leona Adams Rothermel Award
    This award was established by Leona Adams in memory of Issac and Louise Rothermel with an initial investment of $20,000. This money is invested in a Certificate of Deposit with M & T Bank. The interest is automatically deposited in the association's general fund late April or early May the amount of this award is the interest earned on the investment for that year, less any taxes paid to the Internal Revenue and Pennsylvania Revenue the previous year.

    This award is presented to a student entering the field of nursing, who has a 90% cumulative average, and who has evidence of financial need.
    The student must be enrolled in a nursing program. At the end of six weeks the student should have the school inform the Treasurer of the Alumni Association that this criteria is met. The Treasurer will then forward a check to the school.
    Where possible this recipient should not also receive the Albert Fecko award.
    The guidance department will notify the treasurer of the association who the winner is and the student's parents name, address and telephone number so that the treasurer can contact the parents to make sure the above procedure is followed.

    Leona Adams Charles and Lulu Venn Award
    This award was established by Leona Adams in memory of Charles and Lulu Venn with an initial investment of $5,000.
    This money is invested in a Certificate of Deposit with M & T Bank. The money is automatically deposited in the association's general fund late April or early May.
    The amount of these awards is the interest earned on the investment for that year less any taxes paid to the Internal Revenue and Pennsylvania Revenue Department the previous year.
    Two awards are presented. Each student receives 50% (1/2) of the total award.
    1) Culinary Arts Award:
    The student is selected from the Culinary Arts Program at the Vo-Tech School with the recommendation of the instructor. If two students are close in criteria, preference is given to the student continuing training in this field.
    2) Family and Consumer Service:
    The recipient should have taken a minimum of four courses within that department's offering at the high school. This student should have attained the highest average. If no student took four (4) courses, the instructor identifies the student who earned the best grades with the most courses taken.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Richard Hilbush Award
    This award was established through contributions upon the death of Mr. Richard Hilbush, English teacher at Shamokin Area High School, and dedicated Alumni member.
    In order to get the best interest rates this money is invested in a combined investment program with M & T Bank. The other accounts in this fund are, Peter J. Malafi, Malvin Paul Wrestling, Gillespie Family, Scott Bramhall, Stella Olcese, and Class of 1913. The interest on this account is reported quarterly. The treasurer distributes this interest in proportion to the amount of money invested by each account.
    During the course of the year any money received for these accounts is added to their balance. For the awards program a lump sum is withdrawn from the account and deposited to the general fund. Individual checks are then written for the specific awards.
    The Richard Hilbush award is given to the male and female student who earned the highest combined average in Applied English 10, 11, and 12. The amount of the award at the present time is $150 each (changed to $200 at the 04/18/2007 alumni association meeting).
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Peter J. Malafi Award
    This award was established through contributions upon the death of Peter J. Malafi who was still on the teaching staff at the time of his death. Mr. Malafi was a very popular and dedicated Business Education teacher.
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    This award is made to four (4) students (2 male, 2 female) whose postsecondary plans must be within a business-related major. Preference is given to the students who completed an accounting course in high school and/or are declaring an accounting major in college. Students receiving this award should not necessarily be the highest rank or those who will receive many other awards. This is for the students who would not otherwise be recognized.
    The amount of these awards at the present time is $400 each.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Malvin Paul Wrestling Award
    This award was established upon the death of Mr. Malvin Paul. Mr. Paul was a social studies teacher and then Principal of Shamokin Area High School. He was also one of the most successful wrestling coaches in the state of Pennsylvania. His family, former wrestlers, former students and friends honored him by establishing this award.
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    This award is given to the senior wrestler who embodies many of the personal qualities that was expected by Mr. Paul and who is continuing his education after high school. The wrestling staff makes this selection.
    The amount of this award at the present time is $500.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Gillespie Family Publication Awards
    These awards were established by the Gillespie Family
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    These awards are given to the editors of the school's publications. The Totem Pole (Yearbook) and Indian Times (School newspaper.)
    Names of these recipients are provided by the advisors of these publications.
    The amount of these awards at the present time are $100 each.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Class of 1913 Salutatorian Award
    This award was established years ago by the class of 1913.
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    This award is given to the Salutatorian of the graduating class.
    Even though the amount of money awarded is rather small, it is amazing that after so many years, there is still money remaining to give to the salutatorian.
    The amount of interest is rounded off for an award of $15 each year.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Scott Bramhall Salutatorian Award
    This award was established in Scott's memory by his mother and brother's.
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    The award is given the Salutatorian. The amount of the award is $100.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Rachel Van Gasken Schrider Award
    This award was established to provide financial help to a student who must pursue a postsecondary major in a business-related field, have completed at least four (4) business courses during grades 9-12, with a preference given to students who have also volunteered 30-45 hours in health related setting.
    The amount of this award is the interest earned on the investement with M & T bank.
    The guidance department must provide M & T bank with the name of the winner so that a check may be drawn.

    Robert Metzner Awards
    This award was established by the estate of Robert Metzner with an initial amount of $16,000.
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.
    The awards are given to two students (one male, one female) who earned the highest math average with the most math courses taken in grades 9-12.
    The amount of the award is $300 each.
    The guidance department will provide the names of these winners to the association treasurer. Checks to these students are distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Stella Olcese Award
    This award was established in 2004 with an initial contribution from the Tom Olcese family (nephew of Stella’s).
    This money is invested along with other accounts with M & T Bank.  The amount of the award will be the annual interest earned on the investment.
    The criteria for this award is for a male or female student with good grades and dependable character enrolled in the business curriculum.  The award was established by the Olcese family in memory of their Aunt Stella Olcese for her business acumen, dependability and generosity.
    The guidance department will provide the name of the student to the alumni association treasurer.  A check to the student is distributed at the senior awards program by a representative of the alumni association.

    Sara Weist Hall Award
    Established by her son Garth.
    Graduating senior selected by the director of the musical/vocal teacher.
    The award is $100.


    Harry Strausser Award

    $500 bond face value.
    Parameters of the award are TBD.
     
    (April 2009)
    THE VINCENT P. DEPIANTE JR. and ELVIRA MIRARCHI-DEPIANTE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
    Alvie Mirack: Sweet and quiet are the words that describe Alvie. Goes in for new look in a big way. Enjoys dancing and hiking, basketball, fun. Girls review 2-3-4. Excels in typing.  Ambition: Secretary As listed in the 1949 yearbook.  Mrs. Elvira (Mirarchi) DePiante, Class of 1949 died July 15, 2007.  In her will she designated that after all expenses paid by the estate, one half (1/2) of the remainder of the estate be given to SHAMOKIN AREA HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EDUCATION FUND to be placed in an endowment fund for scholarship purposes. The fund shall be designated as the VINCENT P. DEPIANTE, JR. AND ELVIRA MIRARCHIDEPIANTE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND.  The amount received by the EDUCATION FUND is $422,425.27.  This money will be invested by the Education Fund and as instructed in the will, the income each year will provide college scholarships for graduating seniors of Shamokin Area High School.  Mrs. DePiante graduated from Shamokin High School in 1949.  Upon graduation she immediately began working as a secretary for the Shamokin School District. In Nov. 1982, she was appointed acting Business Manager. On Jan. 12, 1983 she was appointed Business Manager. She continued to work for the School District until her retirement on Aug. 8, 1984.  It seems that Elvira used her typing skills to great advantage and evidently was a very successful secretary. The Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association greatly appreciates the generosity of Mrs. DePiante. The students of Shamokin Area High School will benefit for years to come.
     
    CQ McWilliams II Memorial Award 
    Award is presented to a senior majoring in environmental science, forestry, wildlife conservation or related field. Established in memory of C.Q. McWilliams II (VP of Roaring Creek Water Company) by his children - Dawn McWilliams Kotanchik and C. Q. McWilliams III.  Scholarship is the interest earned on the $25,000 principal, which (in 2016) is approximately $750.  
     

     

    ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

    These scholarships are awarded based on the results of an annual exam. This is exam is administered by the high school Guidance Office. The exam is open to all senior students. The exam is given one time only during the school day in the spring.  No makeup or alternate date is used for scheduling conflict or illness.  This is based upon fairness to all applicants and the cost to administer the test. The test is corrected by the administering guidance personnel. The students put their names in a pre-numbered envelope. The envelope is sealed and for identification purposes the student places only their number on the test. The results of the test are given the to Education Fund representative to be opened at the annual meeting. The representative opens the envelopes and announces the winners. Usually starting with the lowest amount first. This exam also includes the scholarships awarded by the Coal Township Alumni Association.

    The names of the winners of the Coal Township awards are given to the Coal Township awards committee prior to the banquet so that they can be announced at their annual meeting.

    The amount of the awards for the Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association is determined by the interest earned on the investment with M & T Trust Department in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The trustees of the Education Fund meet in February and determine the number of awards and the amounts. The awards are for four years but the amount of the awards vary from year to year due to the amount of interest earned.

    The recipients of the Shamokin Area High School Alumni Awards are sent a letter by the Trust Department of M & T bank. This letter is to be presented to the Registrar of the college they attend. The college then must send a letter to the M & T Bank Trust Department indicating that the student is enrolled as a full time student. The Trust Department will then send a check to the college. The amount would be one-half the amount of the award each semester.

    The scholarship fund was founded on the idea to furnish financial aid to our graduates, helping them pursue future education in institutions of high learning. The fund was formed in 1922.

    The alumni association gives a comprehensive test to seniors in the spring.  The score obtained on the test will determine scholarship ranking.  Registration must occur prior to the test date.  The exact date and location of the test are established and advertised through the guidance department.  For more information, see a guidance instructor at the high school prior to April of your senior year.

    The test is comprised of 7 sections of general information, reflecting course material taken at the high school. There are sections on the sciences, social sciences, math from basic through basic geometry, and verbal tests measuring various elements of English class topics. These are standardized measures, field tested and available from established and secure publishers.

    No candidate's name appears on any testing documents - all is done by a number of an envelope they select at their sign-in time.  No one knows the identity of the winners until the envelopes are opened at the alumni banquet, which is the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend.

    Today we award four year scholarships to a dozen or so young adults. Additionally, other awards are made to honor past teachers and graduates of Shamokin Area High School. Scholarships are determined through competitive examinations. If you have relatives or friends who would qualify for this exam during their senior year at SAHS, please have them discuss this topic with the guidance office, an alumni officer or anyone from the education fund committee. We appreciate your contributions to any of the funds the association administers.

    These are all four year scholarships, but the amount is determined each year by the Educational Fund Trustees.

    2019 Awards

    Eugene Boughner ’60 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards. These are awards for four years. Total amount awarded tonight was an awesome $48,200 (including $3,000 for an additional award - the R. Thomas Lynch Award for trade school emphasis). THANK YOU for your donations and continued support. Seven awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT) while nine are from the Shamokin Area Alumni Association (SA). Congratulations were extended to all.
    Yearly award amount, student name and major emphasis follows:

    1st – $4,000 (SA) – Marshall Buggy – University of Pennsylvania – Astrophysics
    2nd – $3,500 (CT) – Abigail Nye – Villanova University – Biology/Pre-Med
    3rd – $3,500 (SA) – Jameson Kramer – Penn State University – Media Studies
    4th – $3,200 (SA) – Spencer Balonis – Temple University – Actuarial Science
    5th – $3,000 (CT) – Robert Rebuck – Bucknell University – Civil & Management Engineering
    6th – $3,000 (SA) – Payton Whary – Lycoming College – Undecided
    7th – $3,000 (SA) – Andrea Seguar – Wilkes University – Nursing
    8th – $2,800 (SA) – Blake Zalar – Penn State University – Business
    9th – $2,500 (CT) – Teagan Heath – University of Rochester – Biochemistry Cognitive Brain Science
    10th – $2,500 (CT) – Madison Foulds – Penn State University Harrisburg – Aerospace Engineering
    11th – $2,500 (CT) – John Wagner – unavailable to attend banquet
    12th – $2,500 (CT) – Clif Zheng – Arcadia University – Biology
    13th – $2,500 (CT) – Luke Kiracofe – Pennsylvania College of Technology – Electrical Engineering
    14th – $2,500 (SA) – Jessa Paczkoski – Kutztown University – Elementary Education
    15th – $2,200 (SA) – Quinn Rollman – Penn State University – Chemical Engineering
    16th – $2,000 (SA) – Collin Bowers – Lebanon Valley College – Exercise Science

    2018 Awards
    Eugene Boughner ’60 presented the Alumni Scholarship awards.  These are awards for four years.  64 seniors took the exam.  Total amount awarded tonight was an awesome $130,800!  THANK YOU for your donations and continued support.  Seven awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT) while nine are from the Shamokin Area Alumni Association (SA).  Congratulations were extended to all.
    Yearly award amount, student name, college choice and major emphasis follows:
     
    1st – $3,000 (CT) – Colton Pollock – Penn State University – Aerospace Engineering
    2nd – $3,000 (SA) – Joseph Olah – Bucknell University – Political Science
    3rd – $2,500 (CT) – Alexandra Campbell – Duquesne University – Pharmacy
    4th – $2,500 (SA) – Ethan Lawton – Albright College – Pre-Veterinarian
    5th – $2,200 (SA) – Nicholas Kirkner – Susquehanna University – Biomedical Science
    6th – $2,000 (CT) – Katlyn Ehman – Temple University – Nursing
    7th – $2,000 (CT) – Emma Mangiaruga – Bloomsburg University – Health Science/Physician Assistant
    8th – $2,000 (CT) – Kali Rebuck – Penn State University – Psychological & Social Science
    9th – $2,000 (CT) – Dakota Zimmerman – Susquehanna University – Actuarial Science
    10th – $2,000 (CT) – George Zalar – Penn State University (Erie) – Geology
    11th – $2,000 (SA) – Matthew Dimmick – Penn Tech – Architect Technology
    12th – $2,000 (SA) – Kiera Griffiths – Penn State University – Secondary Education/English
    13th – $1,800 (SA) – Elizabeth Stevens – Undecided
    14th – $1,500 (SA) – Skylar Truchon – Bloomsburg University – Criminal Justice
    15th – $1,200 (SA) – Mara Hashuga – Susquehanna University – Secondary Education/Mathematics
    16th – $1,000 (SA) – Emma Clark – Kutztown University – Music Education
     
    2017 Awards

    Eugene Boughner ’60 and Susan Kropinski Hass ’75 presented the Alumni Scholarship awards.  These are awards for four years.  Total scholarship payout, when extended for 4 years, equals an awesome $126,800.  THANK YOU for your donations and continued support.  Seven awards are from Coal Township Alumni Association (CT) while eight are from Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association (SA).  Congratulations were extended to all.  Recipient’s yearly award amount, college choice, major emphasis follow: 

     
    1st - $3,000  (CT) - Alaina Pearson - Bloomsburg University - Nursing
    2nd - $3,000  (SA) - Samuel Deptula - Penn State - Undecided
    3rd - $2,500  (CT) - Alaina King - Susquehanna University - Psychology
    4th - $2,500  (SA) - Alex Black - Lebanon Valley College - Biology
    5th - $2,200  (SA) - Thomas Weikel - McCann - Information Technology
    6th - $2,000  (CT) - Scarlett Brown - School TBD - Writing
    7th - $2,000  (CT) - Kaitlyn Schrader - Kutztown University - Music Education
    8th - $2,000  (CT) - Amy Frasch - Elizabethtown College - Mechanical Engineering
    9th - $2,000  (CT) - Alek Washuta - Susquehanna University - Sports Media/Marketing
    10th - $2,000  (CT) - Eli Kolovic - Penn College of Technology - Electric Construction
    11th - $2,000  (SA) - John Pufnak - Luzerne County Community College - Chemistry
    12th - $2,000  (SA) - Anne Richardson - Misericordia University - Speech Pathology
    13th - $1,800  (SA) - Kayla Baney - Lackawanna College - Biology
    14th - $1,500  (SA) - Cody Strausser - Duquesne University - Computer Science and Business
    15th - $1,200  (SA) - Carson Quinn - Bloomsburg University - Business

     

    2016 Awards

    Eugene Boughner ’60 and Susan Kropinski Haas ’75 presented the Alumni Scholarship awards. These are awards are for four years. 50 students took the test.   Seven awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT), while eight are from Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association (SA). Congratulations were extended to all. Recipient’s yearly awards amount, college choice, and their major emphasis are as follows:

     

    1st - Sofia Pearson (CT) - $3,000 - Bloomsburg University
    2nd - Ivy Savidge (SA) - $3,000 - California University of Pennsylvania - Forensics
    3rd - Brayson Pawelczyk (CT) -$2,500 - Bucknell University - Biology
    4th - Quintin Herb (SA) - $2,500 - Lock Haven University - Computer Science
    5th - Lillie Fidelman (SA) - $2,200 - Cedar Crest College - Psych and Criminal Justice
    6th - Kyle Kauffman (CT) - $2,000 – in process of applying to schools
    7th - Chris Petroskie (CT) - $2,000 - Bucknell University - Computer Science
    8th - Paige Sherman (CT) - $2,000 Susquehanna University - Computer Science
    9th - Andrew Jones (CT) - $2,000 - Susquehanna University - “undecided”
    10th - Amanda Stanchick (CT) - $2,000 - Central Penn - Criminal Justice/Homeland
    11th - Brett Rebuck (SA) - $2,000 - Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Economics and Pre-Law
    12th - Dakota Sutsko (SA) - $1,800 - Penn Tech University - Web Design
    13th - Cameron Wayne (SA) - $1,500 - Penn State University - Infectious Disease
    14th - Emily McDevitt (SA) - $1,200 - Susquehanna University - Business Administration
    15th - Kelsey Rogers (SA) - $1,000 - Susquehanna University - Journalism

     

     

    2015 Awards
    Euene Boughner '60 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards.  These are awards for four years.  Forty-six students took the test.  Seven awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT), while eight are from the Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association (SA).  Congratulations were extended to all.  Recipients, yearly award amount, college choice and their major emphasis are:
     
    1st - Brett Long - (CT) - $3,000 - Drexel University - Engineering
    2nd - Jacob Snyder - (SA) - $3,000 - Bucknell University - Engineering
    3rd - Elizabeth Kapushinski - (CT) - $2,500 - Seton Hill University - Biology/Psychology
    4th - Joseph Deptula - (SA) - $2,500 - Penn State University - Civil Engineering
    5th - Zachary Koharski - (SA) - $2,200 - Misericordia University - Physician Assistant
    6th - Graeme Shappell - (CT) - $2,000 - Messiah College - Music Education
    7th - Casey Wilson - (CT) - $2,000 - Bucknell University - Engineering
    8th - Richard Brown - (CT) - $2,000 - Lebanon Valley College - Music Business
    9th - Zachary Moyer - (CT) - $2,000 - Penn State University - Civil Engineering
    10th - Megan Dimmick - (CT) - $2,000 - Penn State University - Bio Med Engineering
    11th - Stephen Latsha - (SA) - $2,000 - Penn State University - undeclared
    12th - Megan Kerstetter - (SA) - $1,800 - York College - Nursing
    13th - Jarret Willis - (SA) - $1,500 - Bloomsburg University - Biology
    14th - Rhiannon McKinney - (SA) - $1,200 - Penn State University - Pre-Med
    15th - Jasmine Coleman - (SA) - $1,000 - Delaware Valley University - Livestock Science Management
     
     
    2014 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards.  These are awards for four years.  Forty-four students took the test.  Five awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT), while seven are from the Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association (SA).  Congratulations were extended to all.  Recipients, yearly award amount, college choice and their major emphasis are:
     
    1st - Joseph S. Colangelo – CT – $3,000 – Bucknell University – Mechanical Engineering
    2nd - Nathaniel T. Haggerty – SA – $2,900 – Bucknell University – Mechanical Engineering
    3rd - Melissa D. Smallets – CT – $2,500 – West Chester University – Nursing
    4th - Skylar Hughes – SA – $2,400 – University of Maine – Marine Science
    5th - Adam O. Richardson – SA – $2,100 – Mansfield University – Psychology
    6th - Helena A. Supsic – CT – $2,000 – King’s College – Physician Assistant
    7th - Kaitlyn M. Shultz – CT – $2,000 – Shippensburg University - Mathematics
    8th - Daniel Delbaugh – CT – $2,000 –Lock Haven University - Sports Administration
    9th - Justin J. Forbes – SA – $1,900 – Misericordia University - Physical Therapy
    10th - Victoria E. Snyder – SA – $1,700 – Luzerne County Community College – General Education
    11th - Corinne C. Weikel – SA – $1,400 – Susquehanna University - Veterinary Medicine
    12th - Brendan C. Drachler – SA – $1,100 – Lycoming College – Astrophysics
      
     2013 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards.  These are awards for four years.  Forty-four students took the test.  Five awards are from the Coal Township Alumni Association (CT), while seven are from the Shamokin Area High School Alumni Association (SA).  Congratulations were extended to all.  Recipients, yearly award amount, college choice and their major emphasis are:
     
    1st Darien Craft – CT – $3,000 – Bucknell University – Biomedical Engineering
    2nd Stephanie Dressler – SA – $2,700 – Bloomsburg University – Music
    3rd Theodore Deptula – CT – $2,500 – Penn State University – Engineering
    4th Autumn Peck – SA – $2,200 – Wilkes University – Pharmacy
    5th Andrew Hasuga – CT – $2,000 – Wilkes University – Biology
    6th Marlena Ford – CT – $2,000 – Penn State University – Undeclared
    7th Christie Munson – CT – $2,000 – Wilson College – Psychology
    8th Paul Gurba – SA – $1,900 – Penn College – Physician Assistant
    9th Ashley Keiser – SA – $1,700 – York College – Psychology
    10th Michael Yucha – SA – $1,500 – Wilkes University – Premed/Biology
    11th Samantha Schiccatano – SA – $1,200 – Pitt/Johnstown– Pharmacy
    12th Kayla Hart – SA – $900 – Wilkes University – Pharmacy
     
    2012 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards. 64 students signed up to take the exam. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Twelve awards were given ranging from $900 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, & 7th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 8th, 9th 10th, 11th and 12th awards) Alumni Associations. The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:
     
    1st award -- $3,000 -- Megan Ciborowski -- Wilkes University -- Pharmacy
    2nd award -- $2,700 -- Jessica Britton -- Bucknell University -- Biology and Premed
    3rd award -- $2,500 -- Caleb Latovich -- Penn State University -- Criminal Justice
    4th award -- $2,200 -- Josiah Stahl -- Shippensburg University -- Undeclared
    5th award -- $2,000 -- Scott Bradley -- Lafayette College -- Physics and Premed
    6th award -- $2,000 -- Devin Madara -- University of Pittsburgh -- Premed and Neuroscience
    7th award -- $2,000 -- Danielle Boyd -- Susquehanna University -- Creative Writing
    8th award -- $1,900 -- Jessica Brown -- Lycoming College -- Accounting and Economics
    9th award -- $1,700 -- Peyton Cooper -- West Chester University -- Music Performance
    10th award -- $1,500 -- Brittany Miller -- West Chester University -- Communicative Disorders
    11th award -- $1,200 -- Robert Taylor -- Penn State University -- Business
    12th award -- $900 -- Blair Faust -- Penn State University - Harrisburg -- Biology 
     
    2011 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards. 39 students signed up to take the tests and 34 took the exam. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Twelve awards were given ranging from $900 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, & 7th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 8th, 9th 10th, 11th and 12th awards) Alumni Associations. The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:

    1st award -- $3,000 -- Eric Shultz -- Penn State University -- Broadcast Journalism
    2nd award -- $2,700 -- Patrick Erickson -- University of Pittsburgh. -- Pharmacy
    3rd award -- $2,500 -- Christina Coller -- Shippensburg University -- Forensic Psychology
    4th award -- $2,200 -- Blake Sandri -- Bloomsburg University -- Accounting
    5th award -- $2,000 -- Dylan Dombroski -- Kutztown University -- Psychology
    6th award -- $2,000 -- Timothy Huxta -- Misericordia University -- Psychology
    7th award -- $2,000 -- Madeline Shappell -- Messiah College -- Broadcasting
    8th award --$1,900 -- Kasi Ristine -- West Chester University -- Music Education
    9th award -- $1,700 -- Cassidy Coveleski -- Lycoming College -- Chemistry
    10th award -- $1,500 -- Hannah Martin -- Kutztown University -- Human Kinetics
    11th award -- $1,200 -- Kristin Kozar -- Lock Haven University -- Athletic Training
    12th award -- $900 -- Casey Bradigan -- Millersville University -- Psychology

    2010 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 presented the Alumni Scholarship Awards. 56 students signed up to take the tests and 52 took the exam.  The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Twelve awards were given ranging from $800 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th & 7th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 8th, 9th 10th, 11th & 12th awards) Alumni Associations.  The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:

    1st award - Mark Shultz $3,000 - PSU - Undecided
    2nd award - Joshua Duckenmiller - $2,600 - Susquehanna University - Music Ed/Voice
    3rd award - Cody Shadle - $2,500 - Keystone College - Information Technology
    4th award - Gregory Valania - $2,100 - Susquehanna University - Undecided
    5th award - Renee Garrity - $2,000 - Art Institute of Philadelphia - Photo/Media Arts
    6th award - Michael Zielinskie - $2,000 - LCCC/Bloomsburg - Commercial Art/Advertising
    7th award - Ethan Farrow - $2,000 - Kutztown University - Undecided
    8th award - Samantha Ramp - $1,800 - Penn State University - Sports Journalism
    9th award - Joseph Wightman - $1,600 - Bloomsburg University - Undecided
    10th award - Brent Forbes - $1,400 - Bucknell University - Biology
    11th award - Keesha Kline - $1,100 - Bloomsburg University - Nursing
    12th award - Courtney Cooper - $800 - Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Fashion Merchandising

    2009 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 stated that 52 students had signed up for the scholarship test but only 30 students actually took the exam. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Fourteen awards were given ranging from $800 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th awards) Alumni Associations.  The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:

    1st award - Julia Zakrzewski - $3,000 - West Chester University and majoring in English
    2nd award - Nick Domanski - $2,600 - West Chester University and majoring in Nursing
    3rd award - Sarah Spock - $2,500 - Carnegie Mellon and majoring in Electrical Engineering
    4th award - William Bielski - $2,100 - Luzerne Community College then transferring to Penn State University for Engineering
    5th award - Sarah Reed - $2,000 - Bloomsburg University for Mathematics
    6th award - Sean Ciborowski - $2,000 - Misericordia University for Physical Therapy and Psychology
    7th award - David Bowers Jr. - $2,000 - University of Pittsburgh for Physical Therapy
    8th award - Paige McWilliams - $2,000 - King's College to be a Physician's Assistant
    9th award - Erin Williams - $2,000 - Penn State University for Pre-Med and Forensics
    10th award - Courtney Conrad - $1,800 - Susquehanna University for Pre-Dentistry with a focus in Biology
    11th award - Bryon Chowka - $1,600 - Susquehanna University for Psychology
    12th award - Casey Henninger - $1,400 - Susquehanna University for Music
    13th award - Scott Marcinek - $1,100 - Susquehanna University for Business
    14th award - Anthony Munson - $800 - Susquehanna University for Business

    2008 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 of the education trust committee announced the winners of the alumni scholarship testing. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Fourteen awards were given ranging from $800 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th awards) Alumni Associations.  The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:

    1st award - Nathan Dale Ford - $3,000 - Visual Arts-Film, Penn State University
    2nd award - Matthew Alan Weikel - $2,600 - Accounting, Susquehanna University
    3rd award - Jesse Lee Swift - $2,500 - undecided, LCCC and Bloomsburg University
    4th award - Anna Maria Bogetti - $2,100 - undecided, Penn State Schuylkill Haven campus
    5th award - Eliza Susan Reed - $2,000 - Pre-Physical Therapy, Bloomsburg University
    6th award - James Joseph Garrity - $2,000 - Physics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    7th award - Daniel Joseph Latovich - $2,000 - Landscape Architecture, Penn State Main
    8th award - Zachary Alan Mayer - $2,000 - Sports Administration, Lock Haven University
    9th award - Caitlin Anne Teagle Coller - $2,000 - Communications, LaSalle University
    10th award - Ardella Anne Dobson - $1,800 - Music, Mansfield University
    11th award - Jordan Lee Haddock - $1,600 - Physicians' Assistant, Kings College
    12th award - Kristalyn Amber Vetovich - $1,400 - Education, Susquehanna University
    13th award - Patrick John McDevitt - $1,100 - Computer Forensics, Bloomsburg University
    14th award - Christine Sarah Fleming - $800 - Pharmacy, Wilkes University
     
    2007 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 of the education trust committee announced the winners of the alumni scholarship testing. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Fourteen awards were given ranging from $800 to $3000 from Coal Township (1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th awards) and Shamokin (2nd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th awards) Alumni Associations.  The winners, their awards, and their future plans are as follows:
     
    1st award - Daniel Richardson - $3,000 - mechanical engineer, Penn State University
    2nd award - Jamie Shinskie - $2,500 - science, Case Western University
    3rd award - Keziah Block - $2,500 - special education, Kings College
    4th award - Sarah Schu - $2,000 - journalism, Temple University
    5th award - Andrew Choffel - $2,000 - environmental studies/marine biology, University of Maine at Machias
    6th award - Briana Miller - $2,000 - biology, Shippensburg University
    7th award - Frank Marcinek - $2,000 - undecided, Susquehanna University
    8th award - Melissa Brandau - $2,000 - business, Susquehanna University
    9th award - Kelsey McAndrew - $2,000
    10th award - Janessa Malett - $1,800 - elementary education, Shippensburg University
    11th award - Kyrstin Shadle - $1,600 - undeclared, Susquehanna University
    12th award - Lauren Snyder - $1,400 - nursing, Wilkes University
    13th award - Adam Krushinskie - $1,100 - political science/pre-law, Susquehanna University
    14th award - Dale Haupt - $800 - pre-med, Shippensburg University
     
    2006 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 of the education trust committee announced the winners of the alumni scholarship testing. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Fourteen awards were given ranging from $600 to $2500 from Coal Township and Shamokin Alumni Associations.  Winners, their awards, and future plans are as follows:

    1st award - Nathan Schwalm, $2,500, microbiology, Pennsylvania State University
    2nd award - Essie Reed, $2,500, biology, Bloomsburg University
    3rd award - Edward Albert III, $2,500, administration, McCann School of Business
    4th award - Nicole Lawrence, $2,300, broadcast journalism, Ithaca College
    5th award - Paul Varano, $2,000, pre-medical, Pennsylvania State University
    6th award - Sarah Hartman, $2,000, English, Wilkes University
    7th award - Emily Hollick, $2,000, marketing and advertising, Bloomsburg University
    8th award - Corol Moore, $2,000, nursing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    9th award - Kevin Forbes, $1,800, zoology, Luzerne County Community College and Bloomsburg University
    10th award - Luther Haupt, $1,600, forensic science, Pennsylvania State University
    11th award - Sarah Lucas, $1,400, biology, Pennsylvania State University
    12th award - Charles Long, $1,200, psychology, Susquehanna University
    13th award - Katherine Hopta, $900, nuclear medicine technology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    14th award - Trina Eby, $600, genetic engineering, Cedar Crest College

    2005 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42 of the education trust committee announced the winners of the alumni scholarship testing. The scholarships are for each of four years of college. Fourteen awards were given ranging from $600 to $2500 from Coal Township and Shamokin Alumni Associations. Coal Township gave the 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 4th, 2nd and 1st awards, Shamokin gave the 14th, 13th, 12th. 11th, 10th, 9th, and 3rd awards. Awards for these participants total $24,800 or $99,200 over a 4 year period. Winners, their awards, and future plans are as follows:

    1st award - $2,500 Isaak Rutkowskie, Drexel University
    2nd award - $,2500 Rosanna Choffel, Allied Health Pittsburgh
    3rd award - $2,300 David Straub, Penn State University
    4th award - $2,000 Ryan Letcavage, Penn State University
    5th award - $2,000 Fritz Farrow, University of Richmond
    6th award - $2,000 Casey McNeil, Penn State University
    7th award - $2,000 Kyle Gricoskie, Penn State University
    8th award - $2,000 Regina Yurkiewicz, Temple University
    9th award - $1,800 Kristin Schu, Syracuse University
    10th award - $1,600 Frank Varano, n/p
    11th award - $1,400 Jenelle Petrovich, Shippensburg University
    12th award - $1,200 Ryan Sassani, Penn State University
    13th award - $900 Cassandra Elliot, n/p
    14th award - $600 Jeremy McIntrye, Shippensburg University

    2004 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committee, introduced the scholarship winners. Coal Township Alumni Association gave 6 scholarship awards. These were the 9th,7th, 5th, 4th, 3rd and 1st awards. A total of 12 awards were presented ranging from $500 to $2500. The awards totaled $19100. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Fifty-one students participated in the testing process. Awards were as follows:

    1st award - $2,500 Melinda Harris, Bucknell Univ Political Science
    2nd award - $2,200 Larry Wade, Susquehanna Univ undecided
    3rd award - $2,000 Laura Backes, Susquehanna Univ Music Education
    4th award - $2,000 Darren Dusick, Lebanon Valley Col Mathematics
    5th award - $2,000 Joshua Latovich, Penn State Univ Aerospace Eng.
    6th award - $1,700 Patrick Brennan, Bloomsburg Univ Chemistry
    7th award - $1,500 Stephanie Shuey, Univ. of Pittsburg Pharmacy
    8th award - $1,500 Steve Willis, Univ. of Pittsburg Pharmacy
    9th award - $1,300 Amber Gustaitus, West Chester Univ International Business
    10th award - $1,100 Amber Tomcavage, Bloomsburg Univ Nursing
    11th award - $800 Amber Poplaski, Eastern Univ Bus. Man. & Youth Min.
    12th award - $500 Amber Backes, Penn State Univ Communications
     
    2003 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committee, introduced the scholarship winners. Coal Township Alumni Association gave 5 scholarship awards. These were the 9th, 5th, 4th, 3rd and 1st awards. A total of 11 awards were presented ranging from $700 to $2,500. The awards totaled $17,700. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Awards were as follows:
     
    1st award - $2,500 - Eric Smith - West Chester - Mathematics Education
    2nd award - $2,100 - Matt Hesser - Bucknell University - Undecided
    3rd award - $2,000 - Derrick Haas - Drexel University - Chemical Engineering
    4th award - $2,000 - Ashley Miller - Bloomsburg University - Mathematics Education
    5th award - $2,000 - Anna Slavinsky - University of PA - Nursing
    6th award - $1,600 - Dustin Martin - Muhlenburg University - Political Science
    7th award - $1,400 - Matthew Bieda - Penn State University - Political Science
    8th award - $1,200 - Joseph Seroski  - Mansfield University - Communications
    9th award - $1,200 - Jenna Collier - Central Penn - Optometric Technology
    10th award - $1,000 - Heather Seik - Kutztown University - Undecided
    11th award - $700 - Mallory Fisher - Temple University -  Undecided/possibly Art
     
    2002 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz ‘42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committee, introduced the scholarship winners. Coal Township Alumni Association gave 4 scholarship awards. These were the 9th, 4th, 3rd and 1st awards. A total of 12 awards were presented ranging from $500 to $2,500. The awards totaled $17,100. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Awards were as follows:
     
    1st award - $2,500 Robert Yucha; Drexel Univ.; Bio-Medical Engineering
    2nd award - $2,100 Kelly Deklinski; Indiana Univ. of PA; Music Education
    3rd award - $2,000 Samantha Rarick; Penn State Univ.; Sports Medicine
    4th award - $1,900 Josh Yoder; Penn State Univ.; undecided
    5th award - $1,700 Chris Walters; Penn State Univ.; Music
    6th award - $1,500 Nathan Weidenhammer; Penn State Univ.; Bio-Engineering
    7th award - $1,300 Aubrey Derk; Bloomsburg Univ.; undecided
    8th award - $1,200 Mike Stadnicki; Indiana Univ. of PA; Music Education
    9th award - $1,100 Adrian Hoffman; Penn College; Nursing
    10th award - $800 D.J. Venn; Penn State Univ.; undecided
    11th award - $500 Dolores Olszewskie; Millersville Univ.; Meteorology
    12th award - $500 Christine Ziemba; Bloomsburg Univ.; Science Field
     
    2001 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committee, introduced this year's scholarship winners. Coal Township (CT) Alumni Association gave 4 scholarship awards. A total of 16 awards were presented ranging from $500 to $2500. The awards annual total was $19,500. Over a period of four years, the scholarships total $78,000. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Awards were as follows:
     
    1st award - $2,500 (CT) - Karen Cook will attend CedarCrest to study Political Science and Communications
    2nd award - $,2200 - Chris Karnes will attend Juniata to study Zoology
    3rd award - $2,000 (CT) - Ron Manney will attend Lafayette to study Civil Engineering
    4th award - $1,900 (CT) - Vince Poplaski will attend Cornell Univ to study Economics
    5th award - $1,800 - Ben Herman will attend Drexel Univ to study Biomedical Engineering
    6th award - $1,600 - Jon Hopta will attend Penn State to study Accounting and International Business
    7th award - $1,400 - Tona Faust will attend Lebanon Valley College to study Music Business
    8th award - $1,300 - Justin Yancheski will attend ITT to study Computer Science
    9th award - $1,100 (CT) - Joe Knapick will attend Lock Haven Univ to study Engineering
    10th award - $800 - William Wagner will American Music Academy in New York City
    11th award - $500 - Patrick Ryan will attend Penn State to study Bio-Engineering
    12th award - $500 - Kristen Mickel will attend Lebanon Valley College to study Psyco-Biology
    13th award - $500 - Jeff Schu (not present) will attend Penn State
    14th award - $500 - Chris Merok will attend Lycoming College to study Computer Science
    15th award - $500 - Aaron M Walter will attend Schuylkill Business Institute of Technology to study Business and Internet
    16th award - $500 - Chris W Slanina will attend Penn Tech to study Graphic Design
     
    2000 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz '42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committe, introduced the scholarship winners. Coal Township Alumni Association gave 4 scholarship awards. A total of 15 awards were presented ranging from $500 to $2500. The awards totaled $19,000. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Awards were as follows:

    1st award - $2,500 Robert Hesser - Penn State University - Chemical Engineering
    2nd award - $2,200 Robert Manning - Purdue - Aerospace Aeronautical Engineering
    3rd award - $2,000 Mary Anne Brennan - Lebanon Valley College - Music
    4th award - $1,900 Dan Davies - Penn State University - Architecture
    5th award - $1,800 Samantha Rutkowski - Allentown College St. Francis deSalles - Nursing
    6th award - $1,600 Jeremy Brosius - Susquehanna Univ. - Mathematics
    7th award - $1,400 Matt Hoffman - Lycoming College
    8th award - $1,300 Tiffany Zalinski - Haverford College- English
    9th award - $1,100 Amy Smith; Lebanon Valley College; Biology
    10th award - $800 Amanda Moraski; Penn State Univ.; biology
    11th award - $500 Eric Weaver; Gettysburg College; Computer Science
    12th award - $500 Layla O'Showy; Xavier College; communications
    13th award- $500 Cory Worgen; Reading Hospital; X-ray Technician
    14th award - $500 Tiffany Ponatoski; Millersville University; Technology Education
    14th award - $500 Benjamin Hoover; Bradly Academy; Graphic Design
    (tie for 14th award)

    1999 Awards
    Irvin Liachowitz ’42, member of the Educational Trust Fund Committee, introduced the scholarship winners at our May 1999 Alumni Banquet. A total of 77 students signed up for the exam and 61 took the exam. This was an exceptionally large turnout for the test. Coal Township Alumni Association gave 4 of the scholarship awards. A total of 13 awards were presented ranging from $500 to $2500. The awards totaled $18,400. These awards are given to students up to and including 4 years at an accredited school. Awards were as follows:

    1st award - $2,500 Carolyn Carey - Penn State (Coal Twp award Andrew Long Memorial)
    2nd award - $2,100 Eric Yucha - Drexel University
    3rd award - $2,000 Randi Meridith - Antonelli Institute School of Commercial Arts (Coal Twp award)
    4th award - $1,900 Kimberly Weikel - Shippensburg University (Coal Twp award bequest by Alvina Konopka Baker)
    5th award - $1,700 Alicia Bartol - Millersville University
    6th award - $1,400 Melissa Merok - Wilkes University
    7th award - $1,300 Jason Blusius - Steven’s Institute of Technology
    8th award - $1,200 Frank Varano III - Susquehanna University
    9th award - $1,100 Jill Bordell - Penn State (Coal Twp award bequest by Alvina Konopka Baker)
    10th award - $800 Dennis Bonshock - Penn State, Hazleton
    11th award - $500 Josette Savidge - University of Science, Philadelphia
    12th award - $500 Jason Jeremiah - Penn State, Hazleton
    13th award - $500 Julie Rowe - Millersville University
     
    Award Winners prior to 1999
    Below is listed past alumni association scholarship winners based upon the best information available on March 18th, 2006.  If any information needs corrected, please contact BOTH John Clutcher - webpage (jclutcher@hotmail) and Jeff Clutcher - alumni registrar (jeff.clutcher@juno.com) to update this webpage and registrar information.

    1998 LAURA L. BAMFORD

    1998 AMBER L. BUMBAUGH

    1998 ADAM J. CAMPBELL

    1998 REGINA M. CHESNEY

    1998 SCOTT A. FOURA

    1998 MICHAEL S. PALKO, JR.

    1998 ROBERT J. PASCO

    1998 RYAN M. PENSYL

    1998 PAMELA J. PHEASANT

    1998 KATHRYN L. SCHU

    1998 RYAN D. SHEBELSKY

    1998 BENJAMIN P. SODRICK

    1997 JOLENE E. BRESSI

    1997 FREDERICK C. BROSIUS, JR.

    1997 JARED M. BURNS

    1997 EDWARD W. DOBECK, III

    1997 JASON C. GOLUMBFSKIE

    1997 AMBER D. GUDIKUNST

    1997 PAULA D. HENDERSON

    1997 MICHAEL R. LADD

    1997 RACHEL L. MEREDITH

    1997 CHRISTOPHER L. SHAFFER

    1997 STEPHEN V. STADNICKI

    1996 AMBER L. AMATO

    1996 LAURA M. COOPER

    1996 ERIN M. DUSICK

    1996 WILLIAM J. GOLUMBFSKIE

    1996 KELLY A. HILE

    1996 JEFFREY R. VALANIA

    1996 DEANNA L. WEIDENHAMER

    1996 ARTURO R. ZILLERUELO

    1995 JUSTINE J. BORDELL

    1995 TRICIA I. BRITTINGHAM

    1995 SCOTT D. GONSAR

    1995 GREGORY V. KLEBON

    1995 JASON KRAMER

    1995 JOSHUA R. MEROK

    1994 COREY W. CULTON

    1994 TALITHA I. HOLMAN

    1994 STEPHEN A. MERTZ

    1994 ERIC W. NOLL

    1994 KIMBERLY A. SHERIFF

    1994 BRADLEY C. STRUNK

    1994 KIMBERLY A. WILK

    1993 JEFFREY T. HODRICK

    1993 MARA L. KOPITSKY

    1993 RICHARD E. LONG, JR.

    1993 JEREMY D. SECAUR

    1993 BRIAN E. SHAFFER

    1993 KRISTOPHER M. SMITH

    1992 DAVID M. CRESS

    1992 JON D. DESENBERG

    1992 CHARLES W. FOULDS, III

    1992 AARON J. GOLUMBFSKIE

    1992 MATTHEW M. HAYES

    1992 SCOTT O. MARTIN

    1991 BRIAN A. CHOPLICK

    1991 ERIC S. DAVIS

    1991 CHRISTOPHER M. HODRICK

    1991 HARRY F. JAMES, JR.

    1991 SHANE A. NEARY

    1991 GREGORY S. SECAUR

    1990 MONICA M. FARROW

    1990 KRISTIN A. GONSAR

    1990 ALLISON A. LEWIS

    1990 SHARLEEN G. PERALTA

    1990 JENNIFER A. REED

    1990 KAREN E. TOTER

    1989 JENNIFER P. KASE

    1989 TODD P. KERSTETTER

    1989 DAVID M. KOPITSKY, JR.

    1989 DAVID K. SHAFFER

    1989 JOHN R. STEHR

    1989 ANDREW J. TWIGGAR

    1988 RONALD M. DIORIO

    1988 REBECCA S. EVELAND

    1988 TIMOTHY P. LYNCH

    1988 RICHARD J. McCRACKEN

    1988 J. CHRISTOPHER PERALTA

    1988 CATHY A. TOBIAS

    1987 CHARLES L. DIORIO

    1987 LISA A. GROW

    1987 TRACY L. KASEMAN

    1987 COLLEEN KRAMER

    1987 DENISE L. KULBACKI

    1987 EDWARD V. TWIGGAR, III

    1986 EILEEN M. BACKES CHILDS

    1986 MARK T. EVELAND

    1986 JEFFREY S. GROW

    1986 NATHANIEL P. MARK

    1986 TODD M. ORAVITZ

    1986 AMANDA M. WILLIS

    1985 BELINDA L. BECKER

    1985 SHARIE L. MILLER

    1985 DONALD W. MYERS, III

    1985 REBECCA S. REBUCK

    1985 DAVID LEE SNYDER

    1985 JUDITH A. WILLIAMS

    1984 SCOTT G. BRAMHALL

    1984 DWAYNE A. BREINING

    1984 ROBERT M. BURBA

    1984 JOEL T. EVELAND

    1984 JAMES F. GARRITY, JR.

    1984 MICHAEL P. KOZAR

    1984 MARK K. TREGO

    1983 KEITH T. BRAMHALL

    1983 JONATHAN C. DIORIO

    1983 LORI A. NOLTER

    1983 STEPHEN E. PANCOSKI

    1983 LORRAINE R. STASSEL

    1983 CRAIG J. ZACK

    1982 HENRY R. CARL

    1982 JAN R. DIORIO, JR.

    1982 WILBERT R. ELLIOTT, JR.

    1982 THOMAS KOTKOSKIE

    1982 SUSAN E. McDONALD

    1982 HOLLY J. MILLER

    1982 CLEMENT J. PURCELL

    1981 ROBERT L. BOGETTI

    1981 MARGARET A. HACK

    1981 DEBORAH L. MAUE

    1981 BRENDA L. REICH

    1981 DOUGLAS W. WEAVER

    1981 LIN D. YOUNG

    1980 JEAN M. CHAMBERLAIN

    1980 FREDRICK A. HAAS

    1980 LOIS A. KOTKOSKIE

    1980 ANTHONY R. LESHINSKIE

    1980 PATRICK R. MADDEN

    1980 MARY B. METROCAVAGE

    1980 BRENDA L. PIECHOWSKI

    1979 SUSAN E. AURAND

    1979 JULIE A. BARTHOLOMEW

    1979 FRANK E. BROCK

    1979 E. JEFFREY OSHINSKIE

    1979 ALICE L. ROBATIN

    1979 SCOTT C. VALONE

    1979 LEE E. YOUNG

    1978 PAMELA M. DICK

    1978 TIMOTHY D. MARK

    1978 BARBARA J. SHALOKA

    1978 KATHLEEN A. SIMPSON

    1978 DAVID L. STASSEL

    1978 DANIEL Q. YEAGER

    1977 DENISE B. CARL

    1977 JOSEPH R. HERB

    1977 JAMIE A. ROSSNOCK

    1977 CHARLES J. WAYNE

    1976 MADELENE G. BRADIGAN

    1976 WILLIAM H. BROCK

    1976 FREDRICK C. GEBERT

    1976 WADE B. WALBURN

    1975 DIANE B. CARL

    1975 SARAH C. DONNELLY

    1975 DOUGLAS C. PARKER

    1975 MARIAN D. POPLASKI

    1974 LORA M. DICK

    1974 DANIEL J. O'DAY

    1974 GEORGE L. SHALOKA

    1974 JOSEPH M. WEIKEL

    1973 DANIEL T. CURRAN

    1973 DAVID A. FEINBERG

    1973 JUDY SEIDEL

    1973 ALAN K. STETLER

    1972 CYNTHIA M. SWANK

    1972 DANIEL C. TARR

    1972 JERE L. WAGNER

    1972 KAREN J. WEIKEL

    1971 JEFFREY C. ALLWINE

    1971 DEBORAH J. LONG

    1971 KAREN A. MURPHY

    1971 CHARLES T. RAVIS

    1970 MICHAEL T. DANIELS

    1970 CYNTHIA L. KLINGER

    1970 KAY D. SHROYER

    1970 EDWIN A. WAGNER, JR.

    1969 SUSAN LIACHOWITZ

    1969 LINDA M. REBUCK

    1969 DARLENE A. TROXELL

    1969 KAREN L. WIXSON

    1968 LAWRENCE G. FEINBERG

    1968 J. DOUGLAS LESHER

    1968 H. ROBERT MATTIS

    1968 KAREN L. PAUL

    1967 BARRY W. DUCEMAN

    1967 GEORGE A. GARANCOSKY

    1967 RUSSELL C. GRIFFITHS

    1967 JOSEPH A. ROCUSKIE

    1966 THOMAS L. CLARK

    1966 THOMAS A. SCHOCH

    1966 GRETHEL J. VanDEVENDER

    1966 BARBARA WEST

    1965 JAMES R. ENGLISH, III

    1965 WILLIAM R. MILLER

    1965 NED W. POLAN

    1964 KAREN A. DETWILER

    1964 ROBERT S. FEINBERG

    1964 JEAN E. SMITH

    1963 JUDITH G. TWIGGAR

    1963 YVONNE L. UNGER

    1963 NANCY J. WHITLEY

    1962 BARRY W. EVELAND

    1962 STEPHANIE B. HEIM

    1962 KATHLEEN M. KWARTEK

    1961 HERBERT E. LENKER, JR.

    1961 GEORGE R. THOMAS

    1960 RICHARD L. BERNSTEIN

    1960 MICHAEL E. STRICK

    1959 ABE PRICE, JR.

    1959 EDWARD V. TWIGGAR, II

    1958 ROBERT H. HARRISON

    1958 DOROTHY J. SHOMPER

    1957 JAMES D. BONEY

    1957 JOHN J. STRICK

    1956 CAROL A. CULTON

    1956 CAROL J. UNGER

    1955 CYNTHIA E. POLINIAK

    1955 BARBARA A. RHOADES

    1955 KENNETH A. SWATT

    1954 EDWARD C. SHAFFER

    1954 SARAH L. TWIGGAR

    1953 DOROTHY A. HUGHES

    1952 FRANCIS P. PETROVICH

    1951 CAROL ANN PRICE

    1950 CLARENCE KERSTETTER REED

    1949 J. ROBERT ZIMMERMAN

    1948 ALEX J. PETROVICH

    1947 MARIE B. MATTIS

    1946 DOUGLAS H. SHAFFER

    1945 JUNE L. LYTLE

    1944 DOROTHEA R. DAVISON

    1943 JEANNE F. SEVISON

    1942 ROGER B. KNOWLES

    1941 LOUISE E. ADAMS

    1940 JOHN L. BALEGA

    1939 FRED E. STOUT, JR.

    1938 IDA J. WALCH

    1937 G. EDWARD AUMAN

    1936 HELEN L. SANDERS

    1935 JOSEPH A. OLESS

    1934 JOHN J. ALBERT

    1933 ERMA E. SIGLIN

    1932 WILLIAM J. FIDLER

    1931 REBECCA HIRSH

    1929 ROY R. KUEBLER, JR.

    1928 RUTH E. SHROYER

    1927 ALBERT D. WILLOW