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New Scholarship at Catawba College Pays Tribute to Deceased Alumna

February 11, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni
Dr. Donald E. Fuoss ’47 of Sacramento, California says the scholarship he has established at Catawba College pays tribute to almost 60 years of marriage to his late wife, Frances Arthur Fuoss ’45.   Mrs. Fuoss died December 4, 2004 after a six-year battle with colon cancer.The Donald E.…
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John and Patsy Powell Establish Scholarship at Catawba College

January 31, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni
Catawba College Alumnus John L. Powell, Jr. ’52 will tell you that he studied a copy of the Catawba College catalog at his Burgaw, N.C. high school for two years as he made plans for his future.   Following his high school graduation, after he had applied and was accepted, he loaded his…
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John and Patsy Powell Establish Scholarship at Catawba College

January 31, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni
Catawba College Alumnus John L. Powell, Jr. ’52 will tell you that he studied a copy of the Catawba College catalog at his Burgaw, N.C. high school for two years as he made plans for his future.   Following his high school graduation, after he had applied and was accepted, he loaded his…
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The Late Earl B. and Jane W. Ruth Memorialized Through Catawba College Scholarship

January 25, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni
Friends and family of the late Earl B. and Jane W. Ruth of Salisbury have established an Endowed Scholarship at Catawba College in the couple’s memory.   Preference for the scholarship will be given to student athletes, with first preference going to athletes who are majoring in education.…
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The Late Earl B. and Jane W. Ruth Memorialized Through Catawba College Scholarship

January 25, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni
Friends and family of the late Earl B. and Jane W. Ruth of Salisbury have established an Endowed Scholarship at Catawba College in the couple’s memory.   Preference for the scholarship will be given to student athletes, with first preference going to athletes who are majoring in education.…
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