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High School Seniors: Family Support Services Scholarship Award Application

The Connecticut Funeral Directors Association is committed to excellence in funeral service education. CFDA annually awards eight (8) $500 scholarships (one in each Connecticut county) to students interested in pursuing careers in a profession that provides emotional or medical support to families.

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Mortuary Science Scholarship Award Application

The Connecticut Funeral Directors Association is committed to excellence in funeral service education. This Scholarship Award program has been established to support that commitment by providing $1,000 in scholarship funds to be awarded to qualified students whose plans are to complete their education in an accredited mortuary science school and serve the public in their chosen profession in the state of Connecticut.

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CFDA Honors 2016 High School Seniors
With
Family Support Services Scholarship

Family Support Services Scholarship Winners
Eight Connecticut high school seniors were awarded
scholarships at a reception held on May 19th in
Wethersfield, Connecticut.

The scholarships are provided by the proceeds from
the Annual CFDA Fall Golf Tournament

 

 


They are, back row left to right:

  • Cara Walsh from Cheshire attends Sacred Heart Academy. She will attend Fairfield University and study Geriatric Nursing.
  • Joseph Bairaktaris from Westport attends Staples High School. He will attend Johnson and Wales University and study Criminal Justice.
  • Lily Holm from West Granby attends Granby Memorial High School. She will attend Springfield College and study Health Science/Physical Therapy.

Front Row left to right:

  • Alexandra Marsh from Salem attends East Lyme High School. She will attend Swarthmore College and study Pre-Med.
  • Peyton Teske from Stafford attends Stafford High School. She will attend the University of St. Joseph and Study Nursing/Pre-Med.
  • Carlie Annecchino from Durham attends Coginchaug Regional High School. She will attend the University of Connecticut and study Pre-Dentistry.
  • Kendra Madia from Torrington attends Wamogo Regional High School. She will attend Post University and study Psychology.
  • Unable to attend: Hannah Munson from Bethlehem attends Oliver Wolcott Technical High School. She will attend Southern Connecticut State University and study Nursing.

 

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