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Ed. Foundation Announces First Round of Scholarship, Grant Winners

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May 11, 2016—The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced Tuesday the first round of winners for its 2016 scholarships and grants. 

The student winners of the 2016 ABRA Auto Body & Glass spring tool grant include:

  • Emanuel Centeno (Kennedy-King College, Chicago)
  • Michael Davis (Stanly Community College, Albemarle, N.C.)
  • Trent Fried (Vincennes University, Vincennes, Ind.)
  • Clayton Groehler (Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, Rice Lake, Wis.)
  • Connor Mckeown (Walla Walla Community College (Walla Walla, Wash.)
  • Brandon Ngeth (Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Chattanooga, Tenn.)
  • Tanner Passey (Bridgerland Applied Technology College, Logan, Utah)
  • Jean Pettee (Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, Fennimore, Wis.)
  • Raul Reynoso-Ojeda (Renton Technical College, Renton, Wash.)
  • Sidney Scoville (Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, Fennimore, Wis.)
  • Richard Nimmer (NWTC, Green Bay, Wis.)

The Atlanta I-CAR Volunteer Committee $5,000 scholarship winners are: 

  • Shaan Patel (Maxwell High School of Technology: Lawrenceville, Ga.)
  • Mceachern Rolling II (Atlanta Technical College: Atlanta)

The student winners of the 2016 Snap-On Tool Grant include: 

  • Jonathan Herman (Washburn Tech, Topeka, Kan.)
  • William May (Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Livingston, Tenn.)

The 2016 CCC Michael Salvatore Memorial Student Repair Technician Scholarship winners include:

  • Joe Contreras (Texas State Technical College: Waco, Texas)
  • Bransen McCall (Bridgerland Applied Technology College: Logan, Utah)
  • Melanie Thomas (Waubonsee Community College: Sugar Grove, Ill.)

The student winners of the 2016 Gerber Collision & Glass spring tool grant include:

  • Andrea Garcia-Perez (Lincoln College of Technology, Melrose Park, Ill.)
  • Brandon Aguilar Gomez (Stanly Community College, Albermarle, N.C.)
  • Darryl Walker (Florida State College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla.)
  • J. Omotayo Bolonduro (Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Kirkland, Wash.) 
  • Ronnie Matthews (Florida State College of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla.)
  • Martin Carrasco (Lake Technical College, Eustis, Fla.)
  • Megan Stine (Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, Fla.)
  • Cristian Trijello (Atlanta Technical College, Atlanta)

The student winner of the Omaha I-CAR Committee tool grant is:

  • Jonathan Murillo (Metropolitan Community College, Omaha, Neb.)

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