Category Archives: Scholarships

9/11 widower Charlie Clyne upset over decrease in scholarship given in wife’s name at Touro Law School

News 12 Long Island A widower who lost his wife on 9/11 says the scholarship fund he started in her memory was lowered without his knowledge. Charlie Clyne lost his wife Susan in the north tower of the World Trade Center. When News 12 first met the Clyne family in 2002, they were raising money […]

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Wayne teen wins award named for 9/11 victim

By Shawn Boburg The Record WAYNE — Kathleen Hopkins, a Wayne Valley High School graduate, has received the $4,000 Paul Acquaviva Scholar-Athlete Memorial Award. The scholarship, in memory of 9/11 victim Paul Acquaviva, was the 13th given annually to a senior who excels in both academics and athletics. Hopkins, a co-valedictorian at Wayne Valley, played […]

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9/11 Fire Captain Scholarship Fund a Mystery as Catholic School Closes

By Amber Sutherland New York Post A Catholic high school in Brooklyn that has doled out scholarships in the name of a fallen 9/11 fire captain since 2001 is set to close in June, and the man’s family — and state AG’s office — want to know what’s happening to the fund’s leftover money. “It’s […]

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