Celebrating Success: GCC Foundation Awards More Than 100 Scholarships
PR 024 – September 26, 2013 College Relations, Communications, and Marketing
  Director, Andrea Stanton 856-415-2229
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Deptford Twp. – The Gloucester County College Foundation presented more than 100 awards to deserving students during its Supporting Student Success: Scholarship Recognition Ceremony Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Dr. Frederick Keating, president of GCC, provided an amiable introduction and welcomed recipients. Foundation President Robert McErlane and Director of Development Raymond Page awarded certificates to emerging scholars as family and friends looked on with pride.

In addition, donors who recently created new scholarships were recognized, including Patricia and Steven Copeland, Judith Jones and David Slack. Their generous gifts of $10,000 or more established endowments, which provide perpetual scholarship opportunities to future students who study at GCC.

The 2013-2014 scholarship recipients:
Katie Accordino, Vittoria Acevedo, Rena Amoroso, Anne Anyanga, Teressa Batchelor, Colleen Beck, Diana Benito, Frank Bilodeau, Vanessa Brown, Shanine Bryant, Giuliana Campo, Bryce Capacchione, Sabrina Corsey, Emlyn Crosby, Jacqueline Davis, Thomas Dobbins, Michael Dugan, Brendan Finley, Kelsea Flood, Marianne Fodor, Lyndsey Fraser, Brandon Frattaroli, Evan Galczynski, Mark Gallaher, Kristen Gehret, William Hymer, Felicia Iraldi, Korey Jeffries, Benjamin Jordan, Jezreel Konstantinos, Maria Kustera,
Kellie Lando, Jessica LaPolla, Alyssa Lehman, Madison LeVine, Kimberly Lieze, Ryan Lorenzo, Nicholas Lower, Teresa McKillop, Corey McPherson, Zach Morgan, Barbara Murtaugh, Samantha Nevius, Nikki O'Shea, Brianna Phillips, Jennifer Piraino, William Porch, Shannon Price, Florianne Puyat, Kaelei Renzi, Caitlyn Ricci, Dawn Richartz, Amy Riggs, Ana Sanchez Hernandez, Tracy Shinske, Imani Shorter, Jessica Smith, Sarah Stuart, Deborah Sutton, Nicole Sutton, Madison Underwood, Joanna Vecchio and Summer Wenzel.

The GCC Foundation possesses $3 million in total resources and gifts more than $175,000 annually to students from within the community. For more information, call 856-681-6202.

Gloucester County College’s 250-acre campus is located at 1400 Tanyard Road in Deptford, right off Exit 56 of Route 55.