SCOTT & HOFFNAGLE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The Scott & Hoffnagle Scholarship Fund (the “Fund”) is excited to offer Scholarship Awards for the Continuing Education of individuals pursuing higher education.  2022 will be the 8th continuous year of our Sporting Clays Fund Raising event and our 8th year awarding scholarship funds to deserving students.  The first fund raising event was created in 2015 to honor the loss of CFPC’s Founding Members; Steven E. Scott and Paul W. Hoffnagle.  That first year CFPC awarded $750 to one student. Over the past 7 years CFPC has awarded over $150,000 scholarships.

Commonwealth Fire Protection Company [CFPC] and the Scott & Hoffnagle Scholarship Award Fund are proud to announce, in 2022 we are awarding $32,500. 

Scott & Hoffnagle Scholarship Program 2022

1 – Award @ $10,000           1 – Award @ $7,500           3 – Awards @ $5,000

 

Our Scholarship Award Winners are noted below – Congratulations – Go Get ‘Em !

 

$10,000 – 2021 Award Winner – Tyler Sellers of Kirkwood, Pa – Attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology too study HVAC Technologies.

$7,500 – 2021 Award Winner – Max Ludwig of Hummelstown, Pa – Attending University of Pittsburgh, for Electrical Engineering. 

$5,000 – 2021 Award Winner – John Meridionale of Frackville, Pa – Attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology too study in their Plumbing Trade.

$5,000 – 2021 Award Winner – Andrew James Booths of Carlisle, Pa – Attending (PSU) in Mechanical Engineering.

$5,000 – 2021 Award Winner – Carson Snelbaker of Dover, Pa – Attending (PSU) in Architectural Engineering.

$7,500 – 2020 Award Winner – Issac Vail from Harrisburg, PA – Attending (PSU) in Civil Engineering.

$5,000 – 2020 Award Winner – Grant Kerchner from Lancaster, PA – Attending Messiah College to study Civil Engineering. 

$5,000 – 2020 Award Winner – Brayden Cooper from Harrisburg, PA – Attending the Pennsylvania College of Technology to study Electrical Construction.

$2,500 – 2020 Award Winner – Jason Lookenbill from Mechanicsburg, Pa – Attending Clarion University to study Speech-Language Pathology.

$7,500 – 2019 Award Winner – Easton Hendrikson from Nottingham, PA – Attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology too study Metals Fabrication & Welding Technology.

$5,000 – 2019 Award Winner – Gabriel Hall from Hanover, PA – Attending University of Delaware to study Mechanical Engineering.

$5,000 – 2019 Award Winner – Alyssa Morlock from Boyertown, PA – Attending Widener University to study Nursing.

$2,500 – 2019 Award Winner – Christopher Kauffman from Hanover, PA – Attending Lebanon Valley College to begin their Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.