Skip to main content

‘Team SchuPa’ Raises Thousands for Memorial Scholarship

Team SchuPa gathers with the Schuman family for an "official" race photo.
Team SchuPa gathers with the Schuman family for an “official” race photo.
Registrar Denny Dunkleberger shows off his team shirt during the Danville half-marathon.
Registrar Denny Dunkleberger shows off his team shirt during the Danville half-marathon.
K.C. Shaner is the first team member to cross the finish line.
K.C. Shaner is the first team member to cross the finish line.
In an emotional tribute to her late husband, Pam Schuman accepts Denny Dunkleberger's race medal.
In an emotional tribute to her late husband, Pam Schuman accepts Denny Dunkleberger’s race medal.
Chet's grandsons, Liam and Colin Moore, share a balloon in the spirit of the day.
Chet’s grandsons, Liam and Colin Moore, share a balloon in the spirit of the day.

Longtime friends of Chester D. “Chet” Schuman channeled their bereavement into benevolence, forming Team SchuPa and raising nearly $14,000 for a scholarship memorializing the former Penn College admissions director and golf coach. Team members – whose fundraising activities included running in the Rivertowns Half Marathon on May 5 – thank everyone who supported them through donations, pledges, buying T-shirts or participating in a campuswide Dress-Down Day to help endow the Chester D. Schuman Scholarship. Members include Becky Shaner (alumni relations assistant and a 2003 Penn College graduate); Kristopher “K.C.” Shaner (a 2000 alumnus); Matt Haile (a network specialist at the college, Schuman’s successor as Wildcat golf coach and a 2006 Penn College graduate); Mike Melnyk (another 2006 alumnus); John Maize (instructor of speech communication-composition); Denny Dunkleberger (registrar); Kay Dunkleberger (coordinator of disability services); Bill Martens (executive director of Intermediate Unit 17 and Chet’s running partner); and Kim and Randy Allison (Randy trained through the high school vocational program at Williamsport Area Community College and built the Schumans’ home).
Photos by Dana R. Suter, coordinator of part-time student employment and career programs

Subscribe to PCToday Daily Email

Related Stories

His tears quickly drying in the warmth of the occasion, Clark beams while wearing the same honor cord given to all veterans for their Penn College commencement ceremony.
Alumni

College surprises visiting veteran on return to campus

Read more
College Relations

CMT Materials contributes to roll-fed thermoformer upgrade

Read more
Deb Cyrus, president of the Harrisburg Area Volkswagen Owners Club, presents a $2,000 check to Roy H. Klinger, instructor of collision repair at Pennsylvania College of Technology, during a fall meet-up in Harrisburg’s Fort Hunter Park. The money will be added to the club’s scholarship fund, which assists students in the college’s automotive restoration certificate program. (Photo provided)
Scholarships

VW Club adds $2,000 to automotive restoration scholarship

Read more