Andrew Jordan Memorial Scholarship Winners
The Andrew Jordan Memorial Scholarship for Community Service Award is given by the Remsenburg Association in memory of Andrew Jordan of Remsenburg who was a firefighter with Ladder 132 in Brooklyn, who perished in the south tower on 9/11. Each year the Remsenburg Association awards $1,000 to a student who exemplifies a strong commitment to community service as Andrew did.
2015 Winner - Walter Dawydiak
Walter grew up in Remsenburg and graduated in the top 10% of his class at Westhampton Beach High School. In addition to an impressive academic record, Walter has participated in a wide range of extracurricular activities from Mathletes, to Poetry Club, to Sailing, and the Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Club.
He will be attending the University of Pennsylvania this fall to purse a degree in mechanical engineering. The RA congratulates Walter and his family and wish him well in his future endeavors.
2013 Winner - Brenna Hanratty
This year's winner not only displays academic excellence by her principals honor roll status and the fact that she is an advanced placement scholar. She is also a scholar athlete, a member of the Riverhead Kennel Club, Environmental C.U.R.E club, National Honor Society and American Sign Language Club. She has done fundraising for Mercy Center Ministries, Teacher's Assistant for Remsenburg Elementary Enrichment Program, and Pet Therapy for Westhampton Care Center. She also has significant work expeirence for a senior in high school.
Brenna's well rounded experience and commitment to public service makes her stand out as this year's winner.
2012 Winner - Casey Fuchs
Bonnie Fuchs and Casey Fuchs. Case was the winner of the 2012 Remsenburg Association scholarship and will attend the Univerity at Buffalo in the fall.