AWARDS PRESENTED BY THE GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION 2018
On June 7, 2018, the Greenwich Scholarship Association and more than 101 local sponsors distributed more than $500,000 to 142 recipients during the 45th annual GSA awards ceremony. The sponsors of the awards included civic groups, local businesses, families with memorial awards and individuals providing scholarships to students from Greenwich schools for their first year in college.
1 THE GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1987
With funds generated from a terrifically attended 30-year reunion, the GHS Class of 1987 created this award to support the futures of other GHS graduates.
2 ALAN CAPASSO GHS PTA AWARD
The Alan Capasso GHS PTA Award, in honor of retired Headmaster Capasso, is granted to a student who has significantly contributed to GHS by way of their leadership and/or community service, is in the top 25% of the graduating class, and is committed to attending a four year college or university.
3 JAMES L. BRANCA MEMORIAL – REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE SCHOLARSHIP
The James A. Branca Memorial-Republican Town Committee Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has demonstrated an interest in political science. This award is given in memory of James Branca, the Greenwich tax collector from 1974-1988 and a distinguished member of the Republican party.
4 THE GREENWICH LIONS CLUB
The Greenwich Lions Club Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who is visually impaired or interested in pursuing a degree in nursing, eye care or medical school.
5 GREENWICH FIREFIGHTER’S ASSOCIATION LOCAL 1042 SCHOLARSHIPS
The Greenwich Firefighter’s Association Local 1042 Scholarships are awarded to students whose parents have served our community as fire personnel and where the students themselves have demonstrated a commitment to community service.
6 THE SILVER SHIELD LAW ENFORCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
The Silver Shield Law Enforcement Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with plans to pursue a career in law enforcement/criminal justice.
7 THE WOMAN’S CLUB OF GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIPS
The Woman’s Club of Greenwich awards scholarships to deserving students who have a commitment to community service and academic achievement.
8 AMERICAN RED CROSS SCHOLARSHIPS in memory of Dwight H. Renfrew III and John E. Schmeltzer IV
The American Red Cross Scholarships are presented to deserving youth volunteers in memory of Dwight H. Renfrew III and John E. Schmeltzer IV.
9 ORTHOPAEDIC & NEUROSURGERY SPECIALISTS SCHOLARSHIP
The Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Specialists Scholarship is awarded to a student who has excelled in both academics and athletics. This award results from the generosity of ONS which has developed relationships with many student athletes over the years. ONS presents this award as their way of giving back to this community.
10 DIANE M. INTRIERI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE VISUAL & GRAPHIC ARTS
The Diane M. Intrieri Memorial Scholarships are awarded to students of the Graphic & Visual Arts Program. The scholarships are awarded in memory of Greenwich resident Diane M. Intrieri who was an exceptionally talented graphic and visual artist.
11 ROBERTA DAVIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR AN OUTSTANDING STUDENT IN SOCIAL STUDIES
The Roberta Davis Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who has been outstanding in the subject of Social Studies, in memory of Roberta Davis, a teacher at GHS who touched many lives through her inspired teaching.
12 ROBERT D’ELIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Robert D’Elia Memorial Scholarships are awarded to one male and one female Greenwich High School senior in memory of Robert D’Elia, a 1968 GHS graduate. These scholarships are awarded to deserving students who share Mr. D’Elia’s love of life. He loved music, sports, the theatre and being with family and friends.
13 JOHN GILDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The John Gilder Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with an interest in the cinematic arts. This award is given in memory of John Gilder, a GHS and Fordham University graduate who worked in production for the television drama Law & Order and was a devoted supporter of the NY Yankees.
14 THE TOD CLONAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR ALL-AROUND EXCELLENCE
The Tod Clonan Memorial Scholarship for All-Around Excellence is awarded to a student who has achieved academic success, demonstrated a commitment to community service, and has earned the respect of his/her peers and teachers. This award is given in memory of Tod Clonan who encouraged kids to strive for academic excellence, while enjoying extracurricular arts and athletic programs supporting their communities, while pursuing higher education.
15 THE TOD CLONAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE
The Tod Clonan Memorial Scholarship for Athletic Excellence is awarded to an athlete who has distinguished him/herself as a strong leader, a team player, and a good sportsman. This award is in memory of Tod Clonan who devoted much of his life to coaching and who believed that participation in sports gives kids not only the joy of the game but friendships, discipline and opportunities to demonstrate leadership.
16 GARDEN CLUB OF OLD GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP
The Garden Club of Old Greenwich Scholarship is awarded to a student who intends to pursue an academic career in Environmental Studies. The Garden Club recognizes the value of supporting the education of the future leaders of our society.
17 THE BYRAM SCHOLARSHIP
The Byram Scholarship is presented to a deserving student who attended New Lebanon Elementary School in the Byram area of Greenwich.
18 THE JULIETTE WHITE MEMORIAL AWARD
The Juliette White Memorial Award is given in memory of Juliette Lepre White, a Greenwich High School alumna, Class of 1954 to a female graduate of GHS who will be attending a four-year college/university in Connecticut.
19 THE LORRAINE FRATTALONE LODATO MEMORIAL AWARD
The Lorraine Frattalone Lodato Scholarship is awarded to a deserving female athlete and graduate of GHS in loving memory of Lorraine, a GHS alumna, Class of 1974 and star pitcher on the girls undefeated softball team of ‘74.
20 BRIAN THOMAS MACKEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of Brian Macken who died on January 18, 2011. Brian was a 2009 graduate of GHS and a sophomore at Indiana University. He was a talented athlete who loved to play ice hockey. He and his teammates won the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference Champion in his senior year at GHS. He will be remembered for his large circle of friends, his passion for life and his ‘Brian Macken Hug.’
21 MONIQUE DALAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP OF THE GREENWICH POLICE EMERALD SOCIETY/GREENWICH POLICE SOCIAL CLUB
The Monique Dalan Memorial Scholarship of the Greenwich Police Emerald Society/Greenwich Police Social Club is awarded to a deserving female student at GHS who attended Western Middle School with plans to attend college or university and major in French or Mathematics. This award is given in memory of Monique Dalan, a graduate of GHS.
22 THE HOPETOWN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Hopetown Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has been committed to their academic studies and has excelled in either athletics or the arts. The Hopetown Scholarship Fund results from the generosity of John and Suni Unger in the hopes that their fund will have an impact on the lives of young adults by giving them the opportunity to experience the rewards of higher education.
23 GREENWICH ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS
The Rotary Scholarships are awarded to deserving students who are in the top 20% of the graduating class and have demonstrated a commitment to community service. These awards are given by the Rotary Club who believe in ‘service above self.’
24 JANE C. BAUSMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Jane C. Bausman Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with an interest in the performing arts. The award is in memory of Jane Bausman who had a passion for life, an enthusiasm for field hockey and a true love for the arts.
25 MARGARET MURPHY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In loving memory of Margaret Murphy, a lifelong citizen of Greenwich, who was kind, caring and always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. This scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates Margaret’s compassion and plans to pursue a career helping others.
26 RICHARD M. AIDINIS, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Richard M. Aidinis, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is in memory of Rich who was a 1997 graduate of GHS, CMS and Cos Cob Elementary School. He was an avid fan of both the NY Yankees and the NY Giants. He loved boating and had a deep passion for fishing on the Long Island Sound and in the waters offshore of Montauk. He was a son, brother and friend who had a generous heart and a spirit of life that will be remembered through this scholarship.
27 SUSANNAH CHASE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Susannah Chase Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a GHS female who participates in varsity sports, and whose life exemplifies, like Susannah’s, an indomitable spirit, compassion for others, and an appreciation for the beauty around her.
28 GREENWICH DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE SCHOLARSHIP IN MEMORY OF DTC CHAIRMAN DAVID ROBERSON
The Greenwich Democratic Town Committee Scholarship is awarded to a student who has shown commitment to community involvement and has demonstrated a concern and sensitivity to others. The award is given in memory of DTC Chairman David Roberson.
29 JOHN ZUMBO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The John D. Zumbo Memorial Scholarships are awarded to students who are pursuing higher education with an interest in a fitness or health-related course of study, including physical therapy, medicine, nutrition, sports training, or other supportive fields. These awards are given in memory of John Zumbo, a graduate of GHS who overcame personal challenges to succeed in his own business providing physical fitness training and nutritional guidance to others.
30 JOSEPH & MARIE NEMEC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Joseph & Marie Nemec Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in memory of Joseph Nemec, an immigrant to this country, who died in 1984 and his wife Marie.
31 ANN AND NANCY MICHAUD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship honors the memory of Ann Michaud and her daughter Nancy Michaud, both of whom were Greenwich High School graduates. They were beacons of love with positive energy, generous spirits and beloved by their family. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has an interest in pursuing a major or career in helping others.
32 CHRISTOPHER T. HARRIS, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Christopher T. Harris, Jr. Memorial Scholarships are awarded to students who have excelled in the music program and intend to pursue music as their life’s work. This award is given in memory of Christopher Harris who was an avid music lover and studied music engineering.
33 FRIENDS OF GREENWICH POINT in honor of Mary Raymond
The Friends of Greenwich Point Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has demonstrated strong academic achievement, leadership skills and a commitment to the environment. This commitment is reflected in the student’s decision to pursue a course of study in environmental science as well as in his/ her community service experiences. This award is presented in honor of Mary Raymond.
34 THE GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION LYMAN AWARDS
The Greenwich Scholarship Association Lyman awards result from the generousity of the organization’s first benefactors and supporters of the pursuit of higher education. These awards are presented to students who have exemplified the spirit of that goal.
35 GREENWICH HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP
The Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has either volunteered with Greenwich Hospital’s Auxiliary or is pursuing an education in a health related field.
36 THE GREENWICH BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION IN MEMORY OF TOD CLONAN AND BOB HAUGEN
Tod Clonan and Bob Haugen were founders of GBA who believed in building character and community through sport. Greenwich Basketball Association Scholarships are awarded to deserving students who participated in GBA during high school and who demonstrated good character by putting their team first and by making a positive impact on other players.
37 THE MATTHEW YEE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This award is made to a recipient showing accomplishment and leadership skills, especially one who is a dedicated swimmer or a member of the Boy Scouts.
38 THE MICHELLE YEE SCHOLARSHIP
The Michelle Yee Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who attended Julian Curtiss Elementary School and has demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies. This award is in memory of Michelle Yee who was a student at Julian Curtiss, excelled in her studies and showed a sincere concern for those around her.
39 TIMOTHY MICHAEL MAHONEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Timothy Michael Mahoney Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student of GHS who is a member of the baseball team. This award is in memory of Tim, a graduate of GHS and member of the baseball team.
40 GREENWICH MULTIPLE LISTING SCHOLARSHIP
The Greenwich Multiple Listing Award is given to a deserving student by the Greenwich MLS, an organization supported by over 1,000 realtors in the Greenwich area.
41 ROBERT S. CURTIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP of the Greenwich Association of Realtors
The Robert S. Curtis Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates the ability to balance a good grade point average with extracurricular activities. The scholarship is awarded by the Greenwich Association of Realtors.
42 BECKY STONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Becky Stone Memorial Scholarship is awarded to an individual who has achieved success both in and out of the classroom, has shown strong motivation and work ethic by generating meaningful remuneration from employment, which funds have been or are available to defray some of the cost of education, and has dedicated their time to volunteering/mentoring in a service organization. The scholarship is given in memory of Becky Stone who was the Coordinator of the GHS Media Center and initiated the highly regarded Senior Internship program.
43 GEORGE BARRADAS GLENVILLE MAVERICK MEMORIAL AWARD
In memory of George Barradas who founded the Glenville Mavericks in the early 1970s and actively coached until his death in 2001. The Maverick organization is located in Glenville at the Western Greenwich Civic Center; the field has been officially renamed the ‘George Barradas Memorial Field’ in his honor. His motto: ‘football under one arm and the books under the other.’
44 RED MEN’S HOME ASSOCIATION OF GREENWICH, CT. INC. AWARDS
The Red Men’s Home Association of Greenwich Scholarships are awarded to individuals who have maintained a strong academic record, are civic minded and involved in community service, and have shown leadership skills and goodwill. The Red Men’s Association scholarships reward those students who exhibit the ideals the Red Men represent: Freedom, Friendship and Charity.
45 EMILY CATHERINE FEDORKO FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation honors the memory of Emily, who we lost in a tragic boating accident on August 6, 2014, just a few weeks before she would have entered her junior year at GHS. The foundation’s mission is to increase awareness and education of boating and towing safety. The mission of this scholarship is to honor a student who reflects the qualities that shone so brightly in Emily, namely her academic achievement, her enthusiasm for sports, including lacrosse and gymnastics, and her passion for the arts. She had boundless energy and was loved as a daughter, sister and friend.
46 KIWANIS KEOGH SCHOLARSHIP
The Kiwanis Keogh Scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates a commitment to community service along with academic achievement. The scholarship honors the memory of John Keogh, founder of the Kiwanis Club of Greenwich.
47 KELLY ROMANIELLO MEMORIAL AWARD
This award is given in memory of Kelly P. Romaniello, a Greenwich High School graduate and outstanding baseball player. He was tirelessly dedicated to coaching and mentoring aspiring baseball players.
48 SECOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
The Second Congregational Church Women’s Fellowship Scholarship is awarded to a student who has been an active and upstanding member in their church.
49 GLOBAL ORGANIZATION FOR PEOPLE OF INDIAN ORIGIN – CT CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP
The Global Organization for People of Indian Origin – CT Chapter (GOPIO) presents a scholarship to a student serious about his education.
50 RUDY’S LIMOUSINE – DOMINIC CONETTA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Rudy’s Limousine-Dominic Conetta Memorial Scholarships are awarded to football players and cheerleaders in memory of Dominic Conetta. Football was an integral part of Mr. Conetta’s life, both playing and coaching as well as his involvement with the Cheerleading Exhibitions.
51 THE DALY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Dolores C. Daly Scholarship is awarded to a student who has graduated from Julian Curtiss Elementary School, in memory of Dolores C. Daly who was a much loved first grade teacher at Julian Curtiss for 16 years.
52 CHICKAHOMINY REUNION COMMITTEE
The Chickahominy Reunion Committee Scholarships are awarded to deserving graduates of Hamilton Avenue Elementary School who have demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies.
53 EDNA ANDERSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP sponsored by FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF GREENWICH & THE GREENWICH EXCHANGE FOR WOMEN’S WORK
The Edna Anderson Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in memory of Edna Anderson by the First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich and the Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work, founded by Anderson in 1901.
54 GREENWICH EXCHANGE FOR WOMEN’S WORK
The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work Scholarship is awarded in memory of Edna Anderson to a female student who has been dedicated to community service and helping others.
55 TOMMY CONELIAS, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Tommy Conelias, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in honor of Tommy Conelias, Jr. who was a gifted athlete and beloved son and brother to his family.
56 GREENWICH ORGANIZATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS SCHOLARSHIP
The Greenwich Organization of School Administrators Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has been in the Greenwich Public School system from grades K-12, who has demonstrated a commitment to academics and shown him/herself to be motivated and industrious.
57 MICHAEL JON GREENBERG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Michael Jon Greenberg Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student of GHS with academic ability and an interest in sports. This student is one who, through friendships and involvement with others, has had a positive influence on the GHS community, someone who has a willingness to take risks and has a zest for life. This award is given in memory of Michael Jon Greenberg who died in a boating accident in 1987 after completing his sophomore year at GHS.
58 MORRIS S. & FLORENCE H. BENDER FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Morris S. & Florence H. Bender Foundation Scholarship is awarded to a student who will attend a two year college. The award was established in memory of Morris Bender to continue the Benders’ support of medical, educational, and artistic projects.
59 GRAYSON GARB MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Grayson Garb Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has been committed to his/her academic studies and has an interest in aeronautics. This award is given in memory of Grayson who was a graduate of GHS and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
60 GREENWICH DENTAL SOCIETY
The Greenwich Dental Society Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with plans to pursue a career as a dentist, dental assistamt, hygienist, or lab technician.
61 JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES – ROGATH SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Jewish Family Services of Greenwich Rogath Scholarships are awarded to deserving graduating students of GHS who are of the Jewish faith.
62 CHARLOTTE AND RAYMOND MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Charlotte and Raymond W. Marshall Scholarship Fund provides college scholarships for students who exhibit scholastic ability and leadership qualities. The Marshall family were residents of Greenwich and active benefactors of the town.
63 CHARLES W. JENSEN, III, D.M.D. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Charles W. Jensen, III, D.M.D. Memorial Scholarship is awarded to one deserving GHS student who has excelled in the science program. This award is given in memory of Charles Jensen, a successful dentist, who was a graduate of GHS.
64 JUSTIN SCOTT BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Justin Scott Brown Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in memory of Justin, a graduate of GHS who was involved in cutting edge music and writing, utilizing computers and other emerging technologies.
65 THE HERTZIG FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
The Hertzig Family Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has shown potential for success. This award is given with the conviction that equal educational opportunity is essential for the future of our society and our nation.
66 GREENWICH REFORM SYNAGOGUE AWARD
The Greenwich Reform Synagogue Award is awarded to a deserving student who has been committed to community service.
67 DR. JOHN C. WILSEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded in memory of Dr. John C. Wilsey, a long time surgeon and former Chief of Staff at Greenwich Hospital, to a student with plans to pursue a career in medicine.
68 CARYN U. JACOBY/CHRISTIAN J. A. URCIUOLI SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Caryn U. Jacoby/Christian J. A. Urciuoli Scholarship Fund was established to reward students from ethnically diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated good citizenship and success amongst their peers. The Fund supports the belief that allowing and celebrating the students’ success is a long term solution to combating negative bias and stereotyping.
69 THE GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION CHARLTON TRUST AWARDS
The Greenwich Scholarship Association Charlton Trust Scholarships represent the values of our organizatioin and belief in the investment of our future. These scholarships are awarded to students who we believe are committed to fulfilling their potential.
70 VIN GIULIANI SCHOLARSHIP FOR GRAPHIC ARTS
The Vin Giuliani Scholarship for Graphic Arts is awarded to a deserving GHS student who has excelled in the arts and given in memory of Vin Giuliani who was an internationally acclaimed commercial artist whose work hangs in many museums including our own Bruce Museum. A 1948 graduate of GHS, he went on to Pratt Institute of Art with scholarship aid.
71 FLORENCE BONVENUTO SCHOLARSHIP
The Florence Bonvenuto Scholarship is awarded to a student with a good academic record who demonstrates an interest in theater, music or the arts. The award is in memory of Florence Bonvenuto.
72 THE JOHN DESMOND OTT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of John Ott, a 1987 graduate of GHS and member of their first Rugby Team, he received a BS from New York University and went on to do business in Latin America. This award goes to a student who participated in sports or has a connection with Latino culture.
73 DAVID THEIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has demonstrated leadership through public service. By dedicating endless hours to the citizens of Greenwich, David Theis, former Selectman, touched the lives of many.
74 CAMILLA KELLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Camilla Kelley Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has been committed to their studies and has overcome numerous obstacles in order to pursue a course of higher education. This award is presented in memory of Camilla Kelley who assisted many in need in her own quiet way, never seeking the spotlight. This award is supported by her friend, Steven B. Fox and his family.
75 GREENWICH HOUSING AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIPS
The Greenwich Housing Authority Scholarships are granted to deserving students who have demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies and to the furtherance of their education.
76 JESSICA LEE BRETT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Jessica Lee Brett Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student by the Brett family in loving memory of their daughter Jessica.
77 DR. WILLIAM & MRS. EDUVINA HENNIGAR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Dr. William & Mrs. Eduvina Hennigar Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student with plans to pursue a degree in medicine or science at a four year college or university. This award is presented in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Hennigar, who as active members of the Greenwich community, encouraged young students to pursue higher education specifically in medicine and science.
78 LINDA HOENIG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Linda Hoenig Scholarships are awarded to several deserving students who have attended Western Middle School and have come from families with a parent(s) who works for the Town of Greenwich, as a teacher, fireman, police personnel or at Greenwich Hospital. These awards are given in memory of Linda Hoenig who was a student at GHS.
79 ELIZABETH MATTHEWS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Elizabeth Matthews Memorial Scholarships are awarded to deserving students with plans to study Nursing, Medicine or Biological Sciences, or the sons/daughters of a nurse or member of the medical community. The award is in memory of Elizabeth Matthews who, as a nurse, dedicated her life to caring for others.
80 ALLAN KITCHEL, JR. MEMORIAL FUND SCHOLARSHIPS
The Allan Kitchel, Jr. Scholarships are awarded to deserving students interested in the study of the environment, ecology, conservation, forestry or botany. These awards are given in memory of Allan F. Kitchel, Jr. a lifelong resident of Greenwich who established the Films for Conservation Foundation and also helped establish the Greenwich Conservation Commission and ‘Save the Wetlands’ movement.
81 GREENWICH OLD TIMERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association promotes youth athletics in Greenwich. Its scholarships are awarded to three well rounded student athletes. One of these awards is in memory of David Theis, a selectman of the Town of Greenwich and longtime board member of the association. It is given to a student with a significant history of community service. The Michael Sandlock Scholarship for baseball is in honor of Mr. Sandlock, a longtime Greenwich resident who played professional baseball for the Braves, the Pirates and the Dodgers.
82 THE JOSEPH PIRO, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS OF THE GREENWICH OLD TIMERS ASSOCIATION
The Joseph Piro, Jr. Awards are given by the family of Joseph Piro to a deserving student with plans to attend an engineering or vocational institute.
83 CHICKEN JOE’S GHS ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS
The Chicken Joe’s Scholarships are awarded to three deserving Greenwich High School students who have excelled in their respective sports. Joe Marini has been an active and generous member of the GHS sports community first as a student and now as a supporter. He has raised funds for these awards through the organization of an annual long distance charity bike ride and sales from their very popular food truck. The Chicken Joe’s awards are a symbol of Mr. Marini’s gratitude for his years at GHS.
84 BRUNO VACCAREZZA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of Bruno Vaccarezza, a 2012 graduate of GHS. He was a kind, polite, sensitive young man with a quick smile who was very mechanically talented. He died in a tragic car accident in 2013.
85 THE O’NEILL SCHOLARSHIP
The O’Neill Award is awarded to a deserving graduate of GHS with plans to pursue a career in teaching or plans to attend a technical school and has demonstrated a strong work ethic through their academics, services or athletics.
86 THE BEATRICE ELDRIDGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Given by a former member of the Guidance Department at GHS, the Beatrice Eldridge Foundation Scholarship is awarded to a student planning to enter a “helping profession”, such as teaching or guidance.
87 SUNNY HILL CHILDREN’S CENTER SCHOLARSHIP
The Sunny Hill Children’s Center Scholarship is awarded to a student who has overcome personal challenges or one who intends to pursue a career in the education of students with learning disabilities.
88 GREENWICH JAYCEE CHARITABLE TRUST FUND AWARDS
The Greenwich Jaycee Charitable Trust Fund Awards are given to deserving students who have demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies.
89 LINDA & STEVEN B. FOX FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
The Linda & Steven B. Fox Family Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has been committed to their studies. It is made possible by Steven B. Fox Jewelers demonstrating sincere gratitude to the Greenwich community by supporting our graduating students.
90 THE VELAJ FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Velaj Foundation Scholarship is given to a female student who has participated in sports in a leadership role, has maintained a high GPA, is involved with theater/arts and has volunteered her time to her community. This award is due to the generosity of the Velaj Foundation.
91 THE GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION REYNOLDS AWARDS
The Greenwich Scholarship Association Reynolds Awards were created to honor the memories of the families who put their faith in our organization to seek out and support promising minds and talent in our community. These awards are given to students who have shown their commitment to their education and their future.
92 IDELLA STUART HEMPSTEAD TRUST
Hempstead Scholarships are awarded to several deserving students who have demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies.
93 MARTHA MOXLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Martha Moxley Scholarship is awarded to a deserving GHS female student who has demonstrated her commitment to furthering her education. This award is given in memory of Martha Moxley who was a student at GHS.
94 CONNECTIONS SCHOLARSHIP
The Connections Scholarship is awarded to a deserving female student who has demonstrated a commitment to community service. This award results from the generosity of Connections, an organization of women who have shown leadership in the professional, business and volunteer sectors.
95 THE JOHN G. VRABEC SHADOW FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The John G. Vrabec Shadow Foundation Scholarships are awarded to deserving students who have attended New Lebanon Elementary School and/or currently reside in Byram, CT. These scholarships are awarded in memory of John Vrabec who attended New Lebanon School and lived his entire life in Byram, his final years with his beloved dog, Shadow.
96 KATHLEEN KEENE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of a much-loved math teacher at GHS, the Kathleen Keene Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student strong in math.
97 WATARU JOHN NARITA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Wataru John Narita Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who has maintained a high GPA in the field of biological science, aeronautical science or aviation. This award is given in memory of Wataru John, a 1989 graduate of GHS, who studied aviation and was an avid skier and rugby player.
98 THE DANISH-AMERICAN CLUB OF GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP
The Danish American Club of Greenwich was founded over one hundred years ago to serve as a social center for the Danish community and welcomes all who are interested in preserving the Danish language history and culture. The club awards this Scholarship to a deserving student who plans to attend a four year college or university.
99 OSGOOD LICHTY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Osgood Lichty Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has demonstrated commendable personal qualities and academic achievement with the intent of pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English, Literature, Writing or Education. This award is given in memory of Jean Lichty, an editor for Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, and Ruth Lichty, a teacher of English and middle school principal.
100 COUNTESS FRANCES THORLEY PALEN-KLAR SCHOLARSHIPS
The Countess Frances Thorley Palen-Klar Scholarships are awarded to deserving students who are graduating with a high GPA in memory of Countess Frances Thorley Palen-Klar who was a resident of Greenwich and a strong supporter of students pursuing higher education.
101 THE GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL PTA SCHOLARSHIPS
The Greenwich High School PTA awards scholarship to graduating students who have excelled in the Arts and Sciences, been dedicated to serving our community, shown an exceptional maturity in their financial responsibility and/or have demonstrated their motivation to pursue higher education.
102 THE PTA COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS
The PTA Council Scholarships are awarded to deserving students from all of the elementary and middle schools in the Town of Greenwich.
103 GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS SCHOLARSHIP
The Greenwich High School Class Scholarship is awarded to a deserving fellow student who has had a positive influence on the GHS community.
104 GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION AWARDS
The Greenwich Scholarship Association awards are given to students who have demonstrated a commitment to their education and have sown their dedication to the Greenwich community through their service. GSA is proud to invest in the education of these recipients as they exemplify the spirit that led to the creation of our organization.
2018 GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION RECEIPIENTS AND COLLEGE CHOICES
Grace Agro Sacred Heart University
Aileen Agudelo Manhattanville College
Katherine Alvarez Gordon College
Terry Angotto Johnson & Wales
Dylan Antonucci UCONN Stamford
Elvis Apuril Eastern Connecticut State University
Eternity Armenteros UCONN Stamford
William Arsenault College of Charleston
Kayla Bacco UCONN Stamford
Ashley Balta UCONN Stamford
Tyler Banks University of New Haven
Luca Barcelo Columbia University
Robert Barter Springfield College
Fanny Beccaglia Eastern Connecticut State University
Alyssa Bernardino Norwalk Community College
Mia Giselle Binuya Providence College
Edward Bojorquez UCONN Stamford
Chloe Boucher Emmanuel College
Edwin Brazier Rochester Institute of Technology
Yasmine Bretoux Southern Connecticut State University
Amihya Brock Coastal Carolina Uninversity
Maureen Burke Penn State – University Park
Anselmo Businaro Quinnipiac University
Jessica Cabrera UCONN Stamford
Alexandria Caporale College of Charleston
Libio Caro Pace University
Jordan Castro University of Hartford
Alex Cenzi UCONN Storrs
Nisi Chay Johnson & Wales University
Madison Cheney Hunter College
Lillian Clisham Georgetown University
Caitlin Curtis Boston University
Polly D’Agostino University of Colorado Boulder
Carolyn David Lehigh University
Emily Delepine UCONN Storrs
Bria Dixon The New School
Finbar Doyle UCONN Storrs
Naomi Edouard Pace University
Elizabeth Enriquez UCONN Stamford
Aryana Fernandes UCONN Stamford
Juan Fernandez Suffolk University
Tiffany Ferreira Fordham University
Diana Finkel Cornell University
Ellie Fitzgerald UCONN Storrs
Verlkg-keyt Fleurant Central CT State University
Daniela Flores Soto UCONN Stamford
Kevin Formento St. Joseph’s University
Morgan Foster The Ohio State University
Sofia Franklin University of Rhode Island
Michelle Garay University of Bridgeport
Andres Garcia Norwalk Community College
Bradnick Garcia UCONN Stamford
Fjolla Gashi Loyola University Maryland
Jhonny Gil Norwalk Community College
Jane Giuliani Lehigh University
Alejandra Gonzalez Loyola University Maryland
Gianella Guadalupe St. John’s University
Harley Guerrieri University of New Hampshire
William Hitel UCONN Storrs
Charlotte Hvolbeck UCONN Stamford
Aly Ibrahim Mohamed Penn State – University Park
Alvaro Jaramillo The University of Scranton
Adam Juszczyk Elon University
Erjona Kabashi UCONN Stamford
Luke Kaiser Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Kyle Kelly Unity College
Hayden Kistler Bentley University
Koh Kobayashi University of Illinois
Hachton Laforest University of Bridgeport
Sofia Lancheros Pace University
Rene LaPointe Jameson Tufts University
Lizette Larsen UCONN Stamford
Ever Lasley University of Colorado Boulder
Analisse Leger York College
Alejandra Leiva Suffolk University
Claudia Leiva UCONN Stamford
Alison Lopez Valdivia UCONN Stamford
Gregory Macora University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Evan Madrid Fordham University
Sara Malaj Fordham University
Jorge Maldonado UCONN Stamford
Steven Maldonado University of Bridgeport
Jalynn Marrero Elon University
Kevon McClintock Manhattanville College
Cecilia Meniconi UCONN Storrs
James Mera UCONN Storrs
Benjamin Michals Brown University
Benjamin Morales Eastern Connecticut State University
Liana Morales Eastern Connecticut State University
Fiorella Motta Norwalk Community College
Marissa Munoz UCONN Storrs
Anthony Neri Boston University
Rosanna Neri Mini Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Huyen Nguyen Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Glenn Niblo Loyola University Maryland
Yuuki Nobunaga University of New Hampshire
Maggie O’Gorman Dartmouth College
Mariam Obaiah Cornell University
Anthony Olivieri Fordham University
Jose Orellana Eastern Connecticut State University
Romano Orlando University of Southern California
Tenzin Palkyi Fordham University
Jenna Pastore University of Vermont
Lauren Pecora Fordham University
Johnnie Pera Rochester Institute of Technology
Christopher Petersen The Culinary Institute of America
Jennie Piotrzkowski Chatham University
Lucia Pisciottano UCONN Storrs
Alexa Pompa UCONN Storrs
Sean Redahan UCONN Storrs
Ziare Rene Marymount Manhattan College
Enzo Ribeiro Eastern Connecticut State University
Justin Rodriguez UCONN Stamford
Raphaella Ruiz UCONN Stamford
Juliana Salamone Eastern Connecticut State University
Jesus Salcedo Norwalk Community College
Mekhi Samb Eastern Connecticut State University
Felipe Sanches UCONN Storrs
Jubely Sanchez UCONN Stamford
Kristen Saperstein Marist College
Edward Schmidt University of Maryland
Olivia Schnefke University of Delaware
Loreta Shala Loyola University Maryland
Nadine Shunnar University of Vermont
Madeline Sileo Iona College
Kathlyn Siriano Johnson & Wales University
Karley Skowron University of Colorado Boulder
Aniya Stamps Norwalk Community College
Nicholas Strati Coastal Carolina University
Anna Tateishi UCONN Stamford
Aisha Torres University of Miami
Lorena Vasquez University of Delaware
Ariana Venegas UCONN Storrs
Caroline Vieira Saint Joseph’s University
Vanessa Villacis Norwalk Community College
April Villanueva UCONN Stamford
Anna White University of Rochester
Mehki Williams Voorhees College
Elizabeth Williamson Amherst College
Kyle Woodring Trinity College
Kiersten Yusi University of Massachusetts Amherst
Sebastian Zarate Iona College
Claudia Zuccarelli Loyola University Maryland
Samantha Zurbriggen Iona College
FROM THE 2018 GREENWICH SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Congratulations and best wishes to
all the graduates… and their parents!
Please join us in the lobby for refreshments immediately after the ceremony.
Marie Hertzig, President Allan Jay, Treasurer
Catherine Holden, Executive Vice President Jennifer Lynch, GHS Liaison
Juliet Schnur, Executive Vice President Linda Miller, VP Administration
Leslie Alfano, VP Sponsors Debra Olesen, VP Events
Sareeta Bjerke, VP Students Jennifer Port, Esq., Legal Counsel
Leslie Dobryn, VP Interviews Blakely Stinebaugh, VP Applications
William Dylewsky, Treasurer Elizabeth Zaccherio, Secretary
Betsy Feiner, Independent Schools Liaison
Cristina Benvenuto Terri Haidinger
Megan Bodeur Kerri Ann Hofer
Judy Chapman Rod Saggese
Carol Ann Coughlin Margaret Santhanam
Marlene Gilbert Geoffrey Thaw
Louise Hagstrom Linna Yee
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