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Washington Crossing Foundation - 2011 Newsletter

Washington Crossing Foundation - 2011 Newsletter

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Spirit of '76 Sentinel
Washington Crossing Foundation6934 North Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pennsylvania 19007215-949-8841,www.gwcf.org 
MORE THAN 1.1 MILLION DOLLARS IN SCHOLARSHIPSAWARDED BY WASHINGTON CROSSING FOUNDATION
 
 
Scholarship Winners 2011: Mary Bertocki, E. Houston Bodily, Kelsey Davis, Nicholas DiIorio, Derek Engle, Tyler Fry, Sara Giraldo, Jacob Green, JustinGreiss, Philip Hammersley, Tyler Koteskey, David Krekelberg, Brian Lewis, Betty Liu, Jarrod Mack, Christopher Manz, Cameron Muir, Dominick Porcella,Brittany Rhodes, Frank Roetker, Patrick Samuels, Meghann Shacklette, Grace Slawski, Ian Thomson, Stephen Todderud, Andrew Valiquette,Bryce Van Buren, Benjamin Wang, Warren Wilson and Benjamin Zauzmer. $44,300 was awarded to our winners in 2011.
(right) Decorated hero andVietnam War Veteran,David Christian,Foundation Trustee KateHutton Tweedy, CatherineArevalo and Trustees KrisViviano and Ann Tollgreet visitors.(left) Foundation TrusteeJen Brennan Baxter, NJ,Warren Wilson, FL, who willattend Georgetown Universityand Grace Slawski, MA, whowill attend the University of Miami. Their scholarshipswere given in memory of Joseph and Jean Brennan.(left) Foundation Vice President,Gerald Shepherd, Esq., NJ, and HenrySpainhour, NC, greet theirscholarship winner, Cameron Muir,who will attend Appalachian St.University in North Carolina.(right) Foundation Trustee, CarterHagaman, Susan Hagaman, NJ, andtheir scholarship winner, KelseyDavis, who will attend the Universityof Virginia.
 
WILL YOU GIVE A SCHOLARSHIP FOR 2012?
 
2010 Scholar Michael Madrid, 2011 ScholarSara Giraldo who attend the US Naval Academyand Patrick Samuels who attends the USMilitary Academy at West Point, Lt. Col. (Ret)Kevin Peel and Foundation Trustee, Dan Bernal,West Point, 1990.Jim Humphreys (right), Bristol, greets formerscholars and friends of the Foundation after a busyweekend in Bristol and Doylestown.Foundation Trustee Col. (Ret) LarryRubini and George Washington,John Godzieba, greet 2011scholarship winners.Pictured are some of this year’s thirtyscholarship winners who representfifteen states. Photographs arecourtesy of Foundation Trustee, AnnMarie Corrigan and John Megariotis.Scholars visited the Constitution Centerduring their visit to Philadelphia.
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Jarrod Mack, AL, Foundation President, Dr.Charles Tweedy, Jan and Bob Zauzmerenjoy the afternoon at
Shadyside
.
 
2011 Scholar Tyler Koteskey, CA, Michael Etzrodt,New Hope, Bucks County CommissionersRobert Loughery and Charley Martin.Former Washington Crossing Scholars returned tocongratulate the 2011 scholarship winners.Foundation Trustees, DaveFisher, Bristol, BetsyFineburg, Yardley, and AlGiagnacova, Yardley.
SAVE THE DATES!Feb. 19, 2012 – 3-5 pmGeorge Washington Birthday Partyfor Veterans April 28 – Scholarship Awardsand Reunion Weekend
 
 2011 Scholar Betty Liu, NJ, whowill attend the University of Pennsylvania, Kate Hutton Tweedyand 2007 Scholar Kristen Hatcher,SC. Betty’s scholarship was given bythe Henry M. RowanFamily Foundation.Veterans help us celebrateGeorge Washington’s Birthday.Foundation Trustees, Ray Kasperand Dave Fisher with GeorgeWashington, John Godzieba.
 Jane Krug
(1916-2010)
 Donates $25,000 to theScholarship program
1920 - 2011
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Veterans and Their Families Celebrate Washington’s 279
th
Birthday
Foundation Trustee, Col. (Ret)Larry Rubini, Major GeneralWesley Craig, Jr. and Marda Craig.General Washington, portrayed by thelate James Gallagher and John Godzieba,Langhorne, blow out the 279 candles.(left) Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick andMartha Jameson help celebrate GeneralWashington’s Birthday.We remember long time friend and Past President of the Washington Crossing Foundation James W.Gallagher who died on March 20, 2011. He graduatedfrom Prospect Park High School in 1939 and from theUniversity of Pennsylvania Wharton School. Heportrayed George Washington in the re-enactment of Washington Crossing the Delaware for many years.He was past Commander of the PennsylvaniaAmerican Legion and
 
founder of the MarpleNewtown Veterans Alliance (which does militaryhonors of all Delaware County veterans who passaway). He was
 
a Mason and a Program SystemAnalyst for Westinghouse for 45 years. He will begreatly missed by all his friends at the Foundation.
 James W. Gallagher, General George Washington
Jane was a faithful Trustee and supporter of the Scholarship program. She believed inyoung people and she herself was young atheart. Jane was a real estate agent and aninsurance broker who was a friend of Jack and Ann Hawkes Hutton in the 1950s. Shewas an officer in the Riverside, NJ, chapterof the Order of Eastern Star and a volunteerfor Zurbrugg Memorial Hospital. When sheand her late husband, Charles Krug, wereretired, they collaborated to carve andpaint delicate miniature furniture,
 
winningawards at the prestigious PhiladelphiaFlower Show. Their pieces became pricelessand are now on display at the VirginiaMuseum of the Shenandoah Valley and atMount Vernon.
“If we ever forget that we’re onenation under God, then we will be anation gone under.” Ronald Reagan

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