Johnson College is proud to announce the establishment of the Andrew Mazza Memorial Scholarship. Funded by the Andrew Mazza Memorial Foundation, the scholarship will provide $1,000 each to two Johnson College students in the 2017-2018 academic year. The scholarship supports first or second year students studying Diesel Truck Technology.
Phil Mazza contacted Johnson College in the spring of 2017 to discuss a partnership in honor of his late son, Andrew. Andrew passed away as the result of an automobile accident in 2016 and his father wanted to be sure his son’s legacy carried on in the community. Andrew was not only a truck enthusiast, but also a person who lived his life helping others. The Andrew Mazza Memorial Scholarship aims to serve local students as they pursue a career in the diesel industry.
Additionally, an agreement has been made to host a truck show on the Johnson College campus in support of the scholarship. The truck show is planned for the spring of 2018 and will welcome the entire community to Johnson College’s campus to celebrate the legacy of Andrew Mazza and support students of the future.
The recipients of this year’s Andrew Mazza Memorial Scholarship are students Joshua Dippel, a freshman from Scott Township and Jesse Korty, a sophomore from Forest City.
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