WESTMINSTER COLLEGE Pittsburgh Foundation grants scholarships to 10 students
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Ten Westminster College students recently received scholarships through The Pittsburgh Foundation that will be applied to their tuition for the 2013-14 academic year.
Freshman history and mathematics major Andrew Henley received a $500 award funded by the Jack Butz Humanitarian Scholarship Fund. He is a son of Mary Ann Henley and John Henley of Edinburg.
Freshman business administration major Hannah Kappel received a $2,996 award funded by the Abigail Noble Scholarship Fund. She is a daughter of John and Lois Kappel of Ligonier.
Freshman music education major Rachel Read received the first payment of a $15,108 award funded by the Emery C. Toth Jr. Scholarship Trust. She is a daughter of Robert and Ruth Read of Harrison City.
Freshman psychology major Dylan Black received a $550 award funded by the Katherine and Emma Uhlinger Trust Fund. He is a son of Charles and Kerry Black of Cheswick.
Four students each received a $3,090 scholarship from the Ann M. Kendlehart Scholarship Fund: Sarah Arena, a junior business administration major, is a daughter of Joseph and Tamorah Jovenall and Robert Arena, Sharon; Alexandria Ott, a senior accounting major, is a daughter of Timothy and Chrystal Ott of Quincy, Ill., and a graduate of Bethel; Julie Powell, a junior accounting major, is a daughter of Gary and Susan Powell of Meadville; and Rebecca Tomson, a junior business administration and English major, is a daughter of Susan Tomson of Grove City.
Two students received awards from the William J. Wolf Memorial Scholarship Fund: Kristin Hughes, a freshman business administration major, received the first payment of an $18,000 four-year scholarship. She is a daughter of the late Joyce F. Hughes of Pittsburgh; and Sarah Mohn, a senior psychology major, received the final payment of a $12,000 four-year scholarship. She is a daughter of Sherri Mohn of Pittsburgh.