The future of our industry depends on developing the next generation. To help support this initiative, the PEI Foundation bestows scholarships on deserving students.
The Charles D. Kemp Scholarships are awarded to
deserving dependents of PEI member company
employees. The program is administered by the Board
of Governors of the PEI Foundation and a Scholarship
Scholarship winners are selected after a rigorous
evaluation process that examines each applicant’s
academic accomplishments, leadership activities,
references, notable achievements, community
involvement, and the applicant’s intent to contribute
to the future of the fuel and ;uid handling
equipment industry. Awards are granted without
regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender,
disability or national origin.
To be eligible, applicants must be a dependent of a
full-time employee of a member company in PEI’s
Manufacturer, Distributor, Service and Construction or
A;liate divisions. Applicants also must plan to enroll
as an entering full-time freshman at an accredited
four-year college or university and intend to major in
business, engineering, distribution studies or a similar
PEI members and friends are invited to make
tax-deductible contributions to the Foundation.
The PEI Foundation
Full scholarship guidelines and an application form can be found at www.pei.org/foundation.
Completed applications for the 2014-15 academic year must be received by March 31, 2014.
2013-2014 Charles D. Kemp
Heather Jayo is the daughter of
Thomas Jayo of Cochise Petroleum,
Phoenix, Ariz. Heather is attending
Arizona State University.
Trent Jones is the son of Robert
Craig Jones of Square D IPaCS,
Salisbury, N.C. Trent is attending
North Carolina State University.
Cannon Konzer is the son of
Kyle Konzer of K and K Maintenance,
Waterford, Mich. Cannon is attending
the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor.
Taylor Rutherford is the
daughter of Jeannette Rutherford
of Bolger Brothers Inc., Altoona, Pa.
Taylor is attending Penn State.