Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast Educational Foundation (AAASEF) Chairman Michael Morgan, Frost Transmission, Rainbow City, AL is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 AAASEF scholarships for the 2018- 2019 academic year.
AAAS Educational Foundation Scholarships -2018
Makensey Badenhop - Gardendale, AL - Southland International Trucks. Inc.
Stephanie Burgett - Pinson, AL - Donnie's Paint and Body
Reid Burleson - Birmingham, AL - Big Moe Spring & Alignment
Carter Burleson - Birmingham, AL - Big Moe Spring & Alignment
Adrian Day - Montgomery, AL - Federated
Hillary Holcomb - Vinemont, AL - McGriff Tire Pros
Madison Kilpatrick - Cullman, AL - McGriff Tire Pros
Patrick Rumore - Birmingham, AL - Southern Armature
Anna Rumore - Birmingham, AL - Southern Armature
Charles Rumore - Birmingham, AL - Southern Armature
Christian Stewart - Trussville, AL - Atlas Welding Supply Company
The following scholarship recipients were awarded memorial scholarships that are endowed by AAAS members, family and friends. The memorial scholarship honorees are as follows:
Dick Bell Memorial Scholarships
Kathleen Brown - Graham, AL - Auto Supply Company
Andrew Ellard - Mobile, AL - Clutch and Powertrain
Emmalee Richards - Lake Wales, FL - Auto Supply Company
Gertrude Ellis Memorial Scholarships
Olivia Kampwerth - Birmingham, AL - Auto Electric and Carburetor
Avery Kampwerth - Birmingham, AL - Auto Electric and Carburetor
Stan Waits Memorial Scholarship
Will Dooley - Boaz, AL - Associate Jobbers Warehouse
Josie Hughes - Crossville, AL - Associate Jobbers Warehouse
Justin Lee - Union Grove, AL - Associate Jobbers Warehouse
Jesus Morales - Boaz, AL - Associate Jobbers Warehouse
Al Hines Memorial Scholarship
Sean Connolly - Marianna, FL - TriStates Automotive
Thomas Eisman - Tallahassee, FL - Connie Liles Auto Parts
Mike Morgan Memorial Scholarship
James Durbin - Prattville, AL - Durbin Auto Parts
Additionally, AAASEF has reserved scholarship funds for association members and employees wishing to further their education or enhance their skills at trade schools, junior colleges, manufacturer sponsored clinics, etc. This effort is aimed at enhancing and expanding the capabilities of AAAS members and employees. Chairman Morgan thanks all of the association members and industry contributors for their efforts in making this valuable program possible.
AAAS, along with several other state and national associations, collaborates with the University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) Scholarship Committee. Through this cooperative effort, students are able to complete one online application at www.automotivescholarships.com/AAAS and receive consideration for the AAASEF and the UAF scholarships and other industry awards.
Established in 2005, Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast Educational Foundation (AAASEF) is a scholarship program sponsored by Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast, Inc. (AAAS). AAAS, established in 1938, is a four-state nonprofit trade association serving the automotive parts manufacture, distribution, service and repair industry in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi. More information is available at aaas.us.
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