PPC Announces Scholarship Program Winners

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In 2019, PPC introduced a new benefit for its employees: the creation of the PPC Scholarship Program. The Scholarship Program provides up to 10, $1,000 scholarships each year to children of employees that are attending college, university, or a post-high school apprenticeship program. To qualify, applicants must submit an essay and meet minimum cumulative GPA requirements of a 3.0 or higher.

Meet our 2020 PPC Scholarship Program awardees:

            1. Logan Burns (Parent: Eric Burns, Sales – Washington) – Junior, University of Mt. Union, Marketing and Sports Business
            2. Hannah Polasik (Parent: John Polasik, Sales – Baltimore) – Senior, Towson University Nursing
            3. Madeline Christopher (Parent: Scott Christopher, Sales – Baltimore) – Junior, McDaniel College, Psychology
            4. Davis Johnson (Parent: Al Johnson, CMO) – Freshman, Savannah College of Art and Design, undecided major
            5. Cole Romanchock (Parent: Randy Barry, Industrial Sales) – Freshman, University of Pittsburgh, Physics
            6. Megan Wurster (Parent: Jason Wurster, Senior Operations Manager, Butler) – Freshman, Penn State, Chemical Engineering
            7. Hunter Potts (Parent: Stephen Potts, Warehouse – Warminster) – Sophomore, Temple University, Communications
            8. Conner Ruhl (Parent: Jerry Ruhl, Driver – Jonestown) – Freshman, Wilkes University, Mechanical Engineering
            9. Genevieve Jacoby (Parent: Ron Jacoby, Driver – Warminster) – Freshman, West Chester University, Political Science
            10. Jarred Scott (Parent: David Scott, COO) – Sophomore, Bob Jones University, Journalism and Mass Communication
            11. Tysheera Davis (Parent: Charles Davis/Driver Warminster – Freshman, Howard University, Political Science
            12. Abigayle Nafus (Parent: Kevin Scandone, Warehouse Supervisor for Nina Way– Warminster) – Freshman, Penn State University, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
            13. Riley Manjerovic (Parent:  Katy Delves, Director of Employee Experience) – Sophomore, Temple University, Accounting
            14. Shelby Taylor (Parent: Vince Taylor, Dispatch – Baltimore) – Junior, Towson University, Early Childhood Education
            15. Kayla Fencil (Parent: Lorrie Fencil, Accounts Payable Administrator) – Senior, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Early Childhood Education
            16. Morgan Smith (Parent: Shawn Smith, Director of Nat Gas Sales) – Freshman, Point Park University, Sales and Marketing
            17. Faith Shiffer (Parents: Heath Shiffer, Equipment Manager, and Gwen Shiffer, Purchasing) – Junior, Keystone College, Accounting

“PPC Lubricants is proud of our family, and we’re excited to help our employees plan for their children’s higher education through the PPC Scholarship Fund,” said Dave Klinger, President of PPC Lubricants. “We know that higher education and training is key to professional success, no matter what form that education is. Congratulations to our scholarship awardees—we know you’ll do great things and keep making us proud!”

For the past two years, we’ve awarded $27,000 to deserving students. We care about the families of PPC, and supporting our employees’ dependent education is one important way we can invest in our workforce.


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