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The 2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients:

Ross Fauquier, Nicholson, PA

Ross is a 3rd-year student at Salisbury University studying Political Science and Conflict/Dispute Resolution. He was a multi-sport athlete in high school and that interest has continued at Salisbury. Upon graduation in May 2019, he intends to seek employment at the Maryland State Police or Salisbury Police Department.

Theresa LaValley, Baltimore, MD

Theresa was a graduate of Overlea High School and is currently attending The Community College of Baltimore County. Theresa is an EMT with the Baltimore Fire Department and also serves at the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company. Her studies in the Paramedic Program at CCBC will enhance her job skills and lead towards future advancement at BFD.

Ryan Neuberger, Bel Air, MD

Ryan is a graduate of Archbishop Curley High School and Harford Community College. In the Fall he will continue his studies at Towson University pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice. His interest in law enforcement will lead to a career with the Maryland State Police, Harford County Sheriff's Office, Baltimore Police Department, or the Baltimore County Police Department.

Alyssa Webster, Edgewood, MD

Alyssa will graduate in December of this year with a degree in Sociology after having been an honors student at C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air, Maryland. After graduation, she intends to serve her community at either the Baltimore Police Department or the Harford County Sheriff's Office.

The John Armiger Scholarship Fund, Inc. is pleased to recognize the recipients of the John Armiger Scholarship. The scholarship fund was established in 2011 in appreciation of the Armiger family and their contribution to Maryland's Fallen Heroes. Since our inception, the Board of Trustees has awarded over $38,000 in scholarships to 34 college students attending a variety of Maryland colleges and universities.

To qualify for the scholarship, applicants must be a full time student attending a Maryland college or university, show a commitment to community service, have at least 30 college credits, and intend to seek a career within the sworn ranks of a Maryland public safety agency.

The inaugural scholarship recipients come from across the state and have career aspirations in police, fire and EMS service.


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