Trinity Presbyterian Church Scholarships
Origin: The Trinity Presbyterian Church Skip Whitmore Scholarship Fund is a fund started by volunteer contributions as a memorial for First Lt. Garland D. Whitmore II, a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Harrisonburg Virginia, who gave his life in the Vietnam conflict on September 5, 1967. Lieutenant Whitmore was awarded the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster.
Purpose: This fund is to be used to help students enrolling in seminary, studying Christian Education or overseas mission work. In addition if any funds are available in a given year, young people who are members of Trinity may request funds for college education. These grants for scholarships shall be remitted directly to the school where the individual is attending.
This fund was established in loving memory of Sherry Hester, who served faithfully as Parish Nurse at Trinity.
Dividends earned from this fund may be disbursed for scholarships for students pursuing degrees in medical fields.
This fund was established in loving memory of John Held, in recognition for the many ways he shared the gift of music during his life.
Dividends earned from this fund may be disbursed for scholarships for Music Education students (undergraduate or graduate).
How to Apply
Please use one of the following options to apply for any of the Trinity Presbyterian Church scholarships. The form may be submitted online or printed out and mailed to the church office. The deadline for all applications is June 30.