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HERE ARE OUR 2017 STEUBEN ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

  "Congratulations To All"

    The names of this years winners were drawn by          Steuben President, Dave Schleyer at our 

   June 2017 Meeting. 

THE JILL MAURER-CAMPBELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP of $500.00

Is awarded to KAYLA McGINNIS, sponsored by her Father, Leroy McGinnis (E266 / UFA Rep)


Kayla's Thank You:



 "I want to thank the FDNY Steuben Association for the
honor of receiving such a generous scholarship. I recently graduated from Patchogue-Medford High School in Medford, NY. I was the class president for the past three  years, was involved in numerous honor societies and was on the Youth Committee for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards District 7255. I will be attending Ohio University in the fall to study English as a part their Honors Tutorial College.
I would like to thank my parents for all they have done for me over the years and especially my Dad, Leroy McGinnis, for introducing this scholarship opportunity to me.
Again, I would like to express my overwhelming gratitude to the Steuben Association and this scholarship."   


"you are quite welcome, Kayla"



THE 9-11 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP of $500.00

     

Is awarded to EVAN TEDESCO, sponsored by his Father, John Tedesco (Engine 9)       

Evan's bio & thank you:


 "Hello, my name is Evan Tedesco and I am a recent graduate of Staten Island Technical High School. I played four years of varsity baseball at Tech and I will continue my baseball career and my education at Gettysburg College. At Gettysburg College I will dual major in Political Science and International Affairs. In addition, I am also enrolled in Gettysburg’s Army ROTC program and will serve 8 years of active duty upon graduation. I would like to thank the Steuben Association for granting me this great honor. I am proud that my father has been in this association for over 27 years, and has given me many great opportunities such as this. Lastly, I would like to give a big shout out to the Engine 9 Dragon fighters.   Thank you again for this honor."       

(very nicely done, Evan)



THE GRAND COUNCIL OF CIVIL SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP of $400.00

Is Awarded to Kristen Hartung sponsored by her Step-Father, John Leimeister (Ladder 117)

Kristen's Letter:



 "My name is Kristen Hartung and I would like to thank all of you for selecting me for the Steuben Grand Council of Civil Service Scholarship Award.
I have recently graduated from Plainedge High School and The Gerald Clapp Technical School where I received my certificate in Cosmetology. Currently I am working as a counselor at the Town of Oyster Bay youth camps for the summer and will be attending Nassau Community College in the fall. With the receipt of this award, the Grand Council Scholarship will greatly assist me in reaching my goals in becoming a Registered Nurse. I will be attending Molloy College Graduate School after receiving an Associate's Degree from Nassau Community.    I would also like to thank my mom, Denise for all of her support and to my stepdad, Capt. John Leimeister for submitting my name for consideration in the Steuben Scholarship Program. I am very grateful and proud to have been accepted into the Steuben Association Family and I am very humbled by your generosity. Once again I would like to express my sincere thanks in granting me this award.
Sincerely yours,
Kristen Hartung  

(you are very welcome, Kristen)



12th GRADE SCHOLARSHIP ($500.00 each-Two wINNERS)

The first award goes to: Megan Pfundstein, sponsored by her Dad, Kevin Pfundstein(R&D)

Megan’s Thank You and Bio:

 "I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Steuben Association for awarding me the 12th grade scholarship. My father has been a member of the Steuben Association for 25 years. I am a recent graduate of Kellenberg Memorial High School and I will be attending Molloy College in the fall as a nursing major. This year as a member of the Kellenberg Volleyball Team I was honored to receive the N.S.C.H.A.A player of the year award. The volleyball team won back to back league championships in 2015 and 2016 and won the State Championship title in 2015. I was selected by Newsday as a member of the Long Island First Team for volleyball in 2016. I will be playing volleyball for Molloy College in the fall. During my time at Kellenberg I was ordained as a Eucharistic Minister and volunteered my time at a local nursing home. I also enjoyed teaching religious education classes to elementary students. Last summer along with my Kellenberg classmates I went on a Pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Poland. Being part of a global gathering for peace gave me the inspiration to major in nursing. Just like the proud members of the FDNY I look forward to a career of   service to others. Again, thank you for honoring me with this award, it is very much appreciated.

(and we appreciate your gracious Thank You)   



The 2nd Award goes to: Thomas Schmuck, sponsored by his Father, Robert P. Schmuck (Engine-33)

Thomas writes:

 "I would like to thank the Steuben Association for choosing me for the 12th Grade Scholarship.
I just graduated from Archbishop Molloy High School where I was on the bowling team for three years. I will be attending Queensborough Community College in the fall where I will be studying for a Liberal Arts Degree with an accent on forensics.
My family has a long history with the FDNY and the Steubens,
beginning with my grandfather and ending with my Dad who spent 23 years at Engine 33.
In closing I want to Thank the Steuben Association for granting me this award. It means so much to my family and I." 

(you are quite welcome, Thomas)



THE ALBERT K. SCHAFFNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP of $500.00

Is awarded to John Tyrrell, sponsored by his Father, John Tyrrell (Engine 75)

Here is John's Thank You:

   "My name is John Tyrrell and I would like to Thank the 

Steuben Association for selecting me as this year's recipient of the Albert K. Schaffner Memorial Scholarship. It is a true honor for me. I am a recent graduate of Iona Prep where I played four years of football. I plan on continuing to play at the University of New Haven. I want to thank the Steuben  Association for giving me this opportunity to further my education. I would also like to thank my father for everything he has done for me."(very well said, John!)     



The Gerard S. Carmosin Memorial Scholarship of $500.00

is awarded to: Natalie Schlueck, sponsored by her Father, Richard Schlueck (Haz-Mat Bn.)

Natalie's Thank you and Bio:

 "I sincerely appreciate being selected as this year's recipient of the Gerard S. Carmosin Memorial Scholarship presented by the FDNY Steuben Association. I recently graduated from New Hyde Park Memorial High School and will be continuing my education at SUNY Geneseo as a Biology / Pre-Med major. During my high school years I was honored as a member of the National Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Scholar Athlete, NYSCAME Leadership Award, and the Gold Academic Achievement Award. I participated in various extracurricular activities such as a National and Competitive Regional dancer and singer with Broadway Bound Dance Center, President of Chamber Singers and High School Chorus, New Hyde Park Memorial Varsity Soccer, Romanettes Kickline, and volunteered as a physical therapy assistant, religion teacher, musical theater teacher, and tutor for students that struggled academically. I am very grateful and honored to receive such a meaningful and generous scholarship remembering Past President Gerard S. Carmosin. As a result of this award, I also learned that my grandfather was actually a charter member. He was extremely proud to learn that the Steuben Association supported me in the future."    (and we are proud of you too)  



TO SEE THE WINNERS OF THE 8th GRADE EDUCATIONAL GRANTS, GO TO THE "GRANTS PAGE" ON THIS SITE. THERE YOU WILL ALSO FIND THE WINNERS FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS.