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The purpose of The Allfirst Memorial Scholarship is to provide an annual award to a scholarship applicant, who is an employee or employee family member of Allfirst. The scholarship fund is forwarded directly to the attending university or college for the sole purpose of paying college expenses.


2018 RECIPIENT
Sadie Fillhart

Sadie is currently attending  Windsor High School  where she has maintained an A average. After high school she will be attending  George Mason University  and major in chemistry so that she can eventually work in Neurochemistry to try to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Sadie currently works at Subway and she volunteers as the team manager for the school wrestling team. She also babysits, paints and draws, and participates in numerous service events with the school’s Beta Club.

Sadie is currently attending Windsor High School where she has maintained an A average. After high school she will be attending George Mason University and major in chemistry so that she can eventually work in Neurochemistry to try to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Sadie currently works at Subway and she volunteers as the team manager for the school wrestling team. She also babysits, paints and draws, and participates in numerous service events with the school’s Beta Club.


2017 RECIPIENTS
AnMarie Evans
Katherine Cospelich
Kiley Bartholomew

AnMarie is currently attending  Old Dominion University  and is majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Primary/Elementary Education. She is a member of the Student Council Association and Future Educators Association.  Katherine is currently attending  Penn Foster  and enrolled to become a Veterinary Technician. She graduated from  Radford University  in 2013 and majored in Sports Medicine. She originally wanted to go into the Physical Therapy field but realized after doing an internship that isn’t where her passion lied. Her passion is animals and helping to care for them. Eventually, she would like to specialize in Animal Physical Therapy.  Kiley is currently attending  James Madison University  and majoring in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, and Pre-Physical Therapy. She has been wait listed at Lynchburg College Graduate School of Physical Therapy. Her goal is to open her own physical therapy practice where no one is turned away. She would like to specialize in women’s health and veteran care.

AnMarie is currently attending Old Dominion University and is majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Primary/Elementary Education. She is a member of the Student Council Association and Future Educators Association.

Katherine is currently attending Penn Foster and enrolled to become a Veterinary Technician. She graduated from Radford University in 2013 and majored in Sports Medicine. She originally wanted to go into the Physical Therapy field but realized after doing an internship that isn’t where her passion lied. Her passion is animals and helping to care for them. Eventually, she would like to specialize in Animal Physical Therapy.

Kiley is currently attending James Madison University and majoring in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, and Pre-Physical Therapy. She has been wait listed at Lynchburg College Graduate School of Physical Therapy. Her goal is to open her own physical therapy practice where no one is turned away. She would like to specialize in women’s health and veteran care.


2016 RECIPIENTS
Kaitlyn Evans
Sydney Gay

Kaitlyn is attending  Virginia Commonwealth University  in Richmond, Virginia. She has been on the Dean’s List every year at VCU and will be a rising junior studying Biology.

Kaitlyn is attending Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She has been on the Dean’s List every year at VCU and will be a rising junior studying Biology.

Sydney is attending  Longwood University  in Farmville, Virginia. She is on the softball team at  Longwood  and will be a rising sophomore studying Education and Human Services.

Sydney is attending Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. She is on the softball team at Longwood and will be a rising sophomore studying Education and Human Services.

Applications will be available starting February 1st, by download from suffolkfoundation.org/scholarships/allfirst-memorial-scholarship. The scholarship is open to Allfirst employee family members, but please review the individual criteria.