This scholarship was established to provide awards to deserving students from Ross County, Ohio, or surrounding counties, who are pursuing post-secondary academic or vocational training to allow themselves to become self-sustaining.
This scholarship fund was established in memory of Brian Muha, a 1998 graduate of St. Charles Preparatory School. The fund will provide financial assistance to enable an economically disadvantaged young man to attend St. Charles Preparatory School.
Mrs. McQuillen was a retired schoolteacher. She taught for 39 years before retiring, and trained many student teachers during her tenure. The scholarship, in memory of the McQuillens, benefits graduates of high schools in and around Nelsonville, Ohio.
Miss Cornetet was a retired schoolteacher with Columbus Public Schools. She taught for 39 years, 34 of those as a Latin teacher. It was Miss Cornetet's desire to make a scholarship available to Columbus Public School graduating seniors and/or graduates who studied Latin.
The fund awards scholarships for the benefit of graduating seniors of Lewisporte (Newfoundland) Collegiate who will attend an accredited post-secondary institution, such as a public or private college or university, or a technical or vocational institution. The scholarship award shall be for educational expenses.
Walter Rybolt created this fund through his estate to benefit graduating high school students from Delaware County, Ohio attending colleges or universities other than Ohio Wesleyan University, where he established a separate scholarship fund. Mr. Rybolt, owner of Rybolt Production Products, was a member of the Delaware City Council for six years, and served as chairman of Red Cross. Mrs. Rybolt volunteered for Red Cross and was the residential chairman of United Way. Walter and Mary both graduated from Ohio Wesleyan and were longtime residents of Delaware, Ohio.