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Hoss’s Fundraiser Moves Memorial Scholarship Nearer to Endowment

Linda Patrick, daughter of William E. Henry, alongside Mark A. Trueman (left), director of the Penn College paramedic technology program, presents a check to Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement.
Linda Patrick, daughter of William E. Henry, alongside Mark A. Trueman (left), director of the Penn College paramedic technology program, presents a check to Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement.

A recent fundraiser at Hoss’s Steak & Sea House added more than $330 to the William E. Henry Memorial Scholarship, established in 2012 by family and friends of a pioneer in local emergency medical services. When fully endowed, the fund will become a permanent source of financial aid to full- or part-time students in the college’s emergency medical services associate-degree major or paramedic technician certificate major who are residents of Bradford, Clinton, Lycoming, Potter, Sullivan, Tioga or Union counties, and who have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Preference will also be given to applicants who perform volunteer service in their home or college communities, and who have three years’ or more experience in emergency medical services as a first responder or emergency medical technician. A check for nearly $337, representing proceeds from an Oct. 18 benefit at the Loyalsock Township restaurant, was delivered Thursday to the Institutional Advancement Office.
Photo by Marilyn L. Palmer, secretary to the vice president for institutional advancement

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