Marlington Alumni Association awards $121,900 in scholarships

Marlington Alumni Affiliation awarded a file $121,900 in scholarships at its latest annual banquet.

MAA President Michelle (Vaughan) Bakan (’81) greeted almost 300 attendees on the first in-person occasion in two years. The banquet was performed just about in 2020 and 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bakan additionally reported MAA belongings complete greater than $2.4 million.

Frank Carozzi (’83), chairman of the Excellent Alumni Committee, launched the excellent alumni award winners from this yr, together with these from 2020 and 2021.

Ron Davis (’51) gained the 2020 Excellent Alumni Award. He recounted the friendships and significant relationships from his early years at Marlboro Excessive College. He cited his Marlboro academics and his father, Ford C. Davis, as position fashions, saying they ready him for his position as a fighter pilot with the US Air Power, and later as president of Buckeye Packaging Firm after his father’s early dying .

Mike Pauli

Mike Pauli (’68) gained the 2021 Excellent Alumni Award. He credited Marlington, his spouse, Linda (Hoover) Pauli (’68) and his household for affording him a richly blessed life. Pauli stated his profession and enterprise had given him the chance to coach and work with many fellow Marlington graduates. He has owned Pauli Electrical since 1975.

Steve Matthew

Steve Matthew (’79) was gained the 2022 Excellent Alumni Award. He shared recollections from Marlboro Elementary College, Marlington Center College and Marlington Excessive College. He stated successful the John D. Liber Service Award in 1979 was impactful, and stated he obtained a precious training within the district. Matthew introduced Invoice Liber (’65), and introduced he would make a present to the John D. Liber Fund. Matthew is president of Wooster Hydrostatics and Fluid Energy Options.

The group then awarded 57 scholarships to 43 college students. Beneath are the scholarships and the id of scholars who have been honored:

Marlington Alumni Association awarded a record $121,900 in scholarships at its recent annual banquet.  Among those who received awards were, front row from left, Konnor Jackson, Aiden Dennison, Andrea Dager, Ariana Painter and Josilyn Scheible;  and, back row from left, Samantha Ryan, Taylor Maurer, Michael Stauffer, Hailey Confalone, William Lanzer and Georgia Taylor.

Andrea Dager obtained the Elizabeth Albright Training Scholarship and the Louise Bingham Memorial Scholarship. She’s going to research Center Childhood Training and Music on the College of Mount Union.

Hayden Sambroak will attend Stark State College to check Electrical Engineering. He obtained the Battershell Household Scholarship.

Wyatt Madison additionally obtained a Battershell Household Scholarship and can research Welding Expertise at Stark State School.

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