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Thomas and Richard Larrimer Scholarship Fund-Franklin County
This scholarship was established by Terrence Larrimer to honor his grandfather, Thomas Larrimer (1879-1915), and his father, Richard Larrimer (1903-1987). Both men grew up and were educated in Washington Court House. When Thomas Larrimer died in a work related accident, Richard assumed responsibility for his own education and that of his two younger brothers. Richard Larrimer graduated from The Ohio State University Law School in 1925 and founded Larrimer & Larrimer, a Columbus law firm specializing in Worker's Compensation. Through this scholarship Terrence wishes to recognize his father's commitment to education and by focusing the scholarship on science and engineering, to emphasize the importance of these disciplines in our nation's future.
Eligibility Criteria:
  • Candidates must be graduating seniors of a public high school in Franklin County, Ohio.
  • Candidates must have a minimum 3.5 grade point average.
  • Candidates must plan to pursue a degree in Science or Engineering full-time.
  • Candidates must attend or plan to attend an educational institution in the U.S.
The 2020 deadline has passed. Next award in 2022.
Award Amount:
$4,000 payable over two years if renewal requirements are met.
Contact person for more information:
Scholarship Manager
The Columbus Foundation