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posted on: 6/8/2017 8:07:49 AM
Each year the Lima Memorial Auxiliary and Lima Memorial School of Nursing Alumnae awards scholarships to deserving, local students who plan to pursue a career in the medical field. These outstanding students will ultimately make a difference in many lives through their chosen profession. Receiving the Lima Memorial Auxiliary scholarships are Tylyn Simpson and Kelly Walker and receiving the Lima Memorial School of Nursing Alumnae scholarships are Jordyn Law and Candace Downing.
Tylyn Simpson is a graduate of Lima Senior High School and will attend Eastern Michigan University in the fall with plans to study pre-med. Simpson is the daughter of Tod and Angie Simpson. Kelly Walker is a graduate of St. Mary’s Memorial High School and will attend the University of Dayton with plans to pursue a career physical therapy. Jordyn Law is a graduate of Wapakoneta Senior High School and will attend the University of Cincinnati with plans to pursue a career in nursing. Law is the daughter of Mark and Michelle Law. Candace Downing is a graduate of Columbus Grove High School and will attend Wright State University with plans to pursue a career in nursing. Downing is the daughter of Craig and Lynn Downing.
The Lima Memorial Auxiliary will also be recognizing its 2017 Volunteen of the Year. This year’s honoree, Eli Cotter, will be a senior at Waynesfield High School and is the is the son of Terry and Craig Cotter. Eli has a strong dedication to the Lima Memorial Volunteen program, volunteering his time throughout the entire year, not just during the summer months. Eli has logged more than 220 hours in areas such as escort services, Gift Shop and laundry. Eli is well-respected, and his dedication to Lima Memorial is unwavering.