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In Memory of:
JOSEPH P. CRAWFORD
1954-1999 
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2018 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

 

Edna A. Rutland

Macon, GA

Allison E. White

Forsyth, GA

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JOSEPH P. CRAWFORD, CLU

MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS)

The Joseph P. Crawford, CLU Memorial Scholarship was created by the NAIFA – Georgia Board of Directors to provide a scholarship to a High School Senior who demonstrates exceptional academic performance and significant financial need. 

The Image Builders Foundation was created to carry forward the ideals and interests of NAIFA – Georgia by establishing a fund which exists solely to compliment NAIFA – Georgia in advancing the aims and ideals of its members. The fund was established to honor a past president, Joseph P. Crawford, who passed away in 1999. Joey, exemplified the true meaning of dedication to this organization.

The fragile nature of life has been driven home once again with Joey Crawford’s untimely death. Each of us, blessed to know him, has a “Joey” story of a good deed or kind act. For that, we should be grateful.

In the spirit of the Image Builders Foundation, the 1999 Board of Directors established the Joseph P. Crawford, CLU Memorial Scholarship.

The Savannah newspaper and its editors decreed Joey to be “one of the good guys.” That is a classic understatement and the one that would have brought an embarrassed smile to Joey’s face and the comment, “Bless their hearts.”

 

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SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

The following are eligibility requirements for qualifying an applicant for the Scholarship: 

  • Applicant must be a resident of the State of Georgia.

  • Applicant must be a graduating 2020 Georgia High School Senior.

  • Applicant must be accepted by an accredited College or University.

  • Grade Point average must be 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

  • Class Rank must be in the top 10%.

  • The Family annual income must be at or below three (3) times the poverty level (Set by Federal Guidelines).

  • The recipient will be chosen by the Scholarship Committee, Confirmed by the Board of Directors.

  • The scholarship amount is determined by the Committee annually and is typically $2,000.

  • Application Package must be postmarked no later than Monday, March 16, 2020.