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2014 Lanford Family Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Recipients

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  • 1. Alexis Keefe, Wyalusing, Pa. Alexis’s dad, Bret Keefe, was killed in a car accident in 2001 while working for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. A sophomore, she is a marketing major at Bentley University near Boston. Kaitlyn Henry, Dennison, Ohio Kaitlyn’s dad, Gary Henry, was struck by a construction vehicle and killed in 2013 while working on a state highway construction project on Interstate 270 near Columbus. Kaitlyn is currently attending Ohio University and is an intervention specialist major. Leah Barnes, Bronx, N.Y. Leah’s dad, Donald Barnes, worked for the New York State Thruway Authority and was permanently disabled in 1995 when he was struck by a vehicle. Leah is a junior studying elementary education at Delaware State University in Dover. Lyndsay Morgan, Daytona Beach, Fla. Lyndsay’s father, Steven Morgan, was killed in a November 2011 accident while working on Interstate 75 in Florida. She is a sophomore at Florida Gulf Coast University and majoring in communication studies. Vybav Hiraesave, Dover, Del. Vybav’s father, Vasuki Hiraesave, was killed in a March 2006 accident while working for the Delaware Department of Transportation. Vybav, a junior at the University of Delaware, is a chemical engineering major. LaToya Hood, Houston, Texas LaToya’s father, Paris Hood, was struck by a vehicle and killed in a February 1998 accident while working for the Texas Department of Transportation on I-27. LaToya attends Texas Southern University and is an education major. 2014 Lanford Family Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Recipients The ARTBA Building • 1219 28th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007 • (t) 202.289.4434 • www.artbatdf.org A first-of-its-kind program that provides post-high school financial assistance to the children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled on the job.
  • 2. For more information on the ARTBA Foundation’s scholarship or if you are interested in making a donation to the fund, please contact Kashae Williams at 202.289.4434 or kwilliams@artba.org. Joshua Frank, Sterling, Colo. Joshua’s father, Thomas Frank, was struck and killed in 1996 while working for the Colorado Department of Transportation on I-76 near Sterling. Joshua is attending Wyotech in Laramie, Wyo., and is majoring in diesel mechanics and chassis fabrication. Willie Blevins, Danielsville, Ga. Willie’s mother, Kathy Blevins, worked for the Gwinnett County Department of Transportation. She was painting turn-lane lines in 2004 when her vehicle was struck and she was killed. Willie will be attending Georgia Southern University in Statesboro this fall and plans to major in biology. Emily Jones, Billings, Mont. Emily’s father, Richard Jones, was killed in a car accident in 2013 while working for Direct Traffic Control. Emily will attend Montana State University in the fall and major in criminal justice. Kelsey Williams, Chehalis, Wash. Kelsey’s dad, Samuel Williams, Jr., was killed in 2000 while working as a flagger for the Washington State Department of Transportation. Kelsey will attend Western Oregon University in Monmouth and major in fire service administration. Amy McNeil, Kountze, Texas Amy’s father, Jeffrey McNeil, was killed in 2005 while working for the Texas Department of Transportation on U.S. 69 in Beaumont. Amy attends Lamar State College and will start a registered nursing program in January 2015. The ARTBA Building • 1219 28th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007 • (t) 202.289.4434 • www.artbatdf.org 2014 Lanford Family Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Recipients

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