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Congratulations to the 2022 CFAAC Scholarship Recipients

CFAAC is proud to announce the 2022 scholarship recipients of the Lance Corporal Eric Herzberg, USMC and Lance Corporal William Taylor Wild, IV, USMC Scholarship Fund and the Officer Grant Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Lance Corporal Eric Herzberg, USMC and Lance Corporal William Taylor Wild, IV, USMC Scholarship Fund honors two fallen Marines, Eric W. Herzberg and Taylor Wild IV, who were both Anne Arundel County residents. These scholarship recipients demonstrate the Marine Corps values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment, through their ability to persist in the face of significant personal obstacles, and their ability to provide quiet leadership in their school and home community. 

The following recipients each received $10,000 scholarships.

  • Arusa Malik, South River High School, plans to study political science and international diplomacy at John Hopkins University.
  • Lucy Nathan, Broadneck High School, plans to study occupational therapy at Misericordia University.

This year, thanks to a generous contribution from an anonymous donor, the fund was able to award two additional $5,000 scholarships to the following students.

  • Adah Harding, Arundel High School, plans to study biomedical engineering at the University of Maryland Baltimore College.
  • Simon Sulonen, Northeast High School, plans to study physics at The Citadel. 

The Officer Grant Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to honor Officer Grant Turner, who loved baseball. The Scholarship Fund hosts one of the largest preseason baseball tournaments in the state. Proceeds from the tournament are used to provide scholarships to students graduating from several Anne Arundel County High Schools. In addition, scholarships are awarded to a dependent of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police Department and the Maryland Diamond/Anne Arundel County Umpires Association. Each recipient received a $1,700 scholarship.

  • Lauren Recktenwald, Arundel High School, plans to study sports performance: health and fitness at Webber International University.
  • Erin Tebbe, South River High school, plans to study kinesiology at the University of Maryland-College Park. 

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