SBMCF announces 2011 Scholarship winners



July 27, 2011 -

The SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc. awarded 105 college scholarships totaling $191,100 at its annual Scholarship Reception held June 14, 2011. Thirty seven recipients are new award winners and seventy represent scholarship renewals, with fourteen of the students attending Graduate schools.  This year's scholarship recipients are:

 

Jessica Aligata
Priscilla Appiagyei
Ashley Asberry
Jennifer Baez
Brian Barrington
Daphne Beckers
Louise Benjamin
Nina Betancourt
Heidi Beutel
Jacob Bongiovanni
Denace Boyington
Jacqueline Brimley
Jennifer Brito
Jeanika Browne-Springer
Rebecca Budarz
Stephen Burke
Christopher Byrka
Alfredo Cardona
Regina Casale
Dawn Cerasiello
Sylvie Chho
Alyssa Chmura
Adana Contreras
Candace Corbeil
Matthew Cyr
Jennifer Davis
Shawna DeVine
Matthew Donahue
Shane Donahue
Taylor Driscoll
Jennifer Ferreira
Laura Foran Lewis
Kristin Geissler
Patrick Green
Melissa Griffin
Lauren Grottole
Sarah Gyure
Betsy Hany
James Hightower
Aubrey Hoyt
Linnea Ionno
Hebo Ismail
Kasia Janik
Christopher Jensen
Caleb Johnson
Lucas Johnson
Larysa Khrystenko
Rufat Kulakhmetov
Stephanie Kuzel
Jennifer Ky
Kevin Lamelin
Sarah LaPrad
Kaitlyn Lastrina
Nicole Leal
Hannah Leo
Ashley Leonard
Tyler Luppi
Katarzyna Maciulewski
Justin Maldonado
Mawra Malik
Ryan Mannix
Mary Marchesani
Edward Maselli
Vincent Maselli
Christopher McGrath
Alyssa Merrill
Hetal Mistry
Mitesh Mistry
Erica Mott
Brian Mulhall
Amber Newman
Kathy Nguyen
Peter Nguyen
Jessica Nicoletti
Paul Osahon
Jessalyn Pennington
Mario Perleche
David Person
Kimberly Philopena
Dylan Pincince
Ashley Plosky
Omikya Quinn
Tyler Ranzoni
Patrece Richards
Christopher Rodriguez
Nathan Rossi
Adele Ruel
Nicole Sapienza
Priya Shah
Rachel Shivers
Anita Spence
Amanda Sullivan
Andrew Sullivan
Meghan Sullivan
Jacqueline Sweeney
Michael Thatcher
Lauren Thomas
Bethany Thompson
Richard Torres
Eric Vargas
Lindsey Weglarz
Ashley West
Daniel Wilson
James Wilson
Molly Wojtusik

 

The SBM Scholarship Program began in 1996 and is available to students who will be attending accredited colleges and universities in Connecticut and who live in
the market area originally served by the former Savings Bank of Manchester. Scholarships are renewable each year of a student's college career if they continue
to meet the eligibility requirements set by the Foundation, which has now awarded $1,263,200 to 554 scholars between 2004 and 2011.