SFU senior receives scholarship
Amanda Short has been selected as the winner of the $2,500 G.H. Miller-Jeanne W. McKelvey Scholarship.
She is a 2012 graduate of Cambria Heights High School, Patton, and will be entering her senior year at Saint Francis University, Loretto, in the fall.
This scholarship is awarded annually by 1st Summit Bank in honor of G.H. Miller, a former president of the bank and his granddaughter, Jeanne W. McKelvey, who served on the board of directors.
Amanda was presented the scholarship by William McKelvey, chairman emeritus, and Donald Yeager, senior vice president and banking group head. Also taking part in the presentation were members of Miller’s family, including Chey McKelvey, great-great-granddaughter; Wilma Wolford Murphy, daughter; and Colt McKelvey, great-great grandson.