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TrusteesoftheCTCPAEducationalTrustFund(ETF)
recentlypresentednumerousscholarshipsandgrants
atabanquetheldatCascadeinHamden.ETFChair
Dennis Colepresidedovertheevening'sprogram.
Candidate's Award
This$3,000scholarshipassistsstu-
dents in meeting the educational
requirements to obtain CPA certifi-
cationinConnecticut.
Children of CTCPA Members Scholarship
This$500awardisdesignedtoassistchildrenofCTCPAmemberswhoareenrolledinaccreditedaccountingprograms.
ETFChairDennisColepresentedawardstothefollowing:
Frank Frago Community Service Award Scholarship
ThisannualawardispresentedinhonorofthelateFrankC.Frago,whoserved
asbothCTCPApresidentandETFchair.Theawardisintendedtoencourage
and recognize undergraduate accounting majors who have shown leadership
through continued commitment to community service, in recognition of Mr.
Frago'shistoryofsupportingnotonlyhisprofessionbuthiscommunity.
ETF Scholarships,
Grants Support
Tomorrow's CPAs
Today
University of Connecticut student Aldea Was-
ley of East Haddam accepts the 2012 Can-
didate's Award Scholarship. Wasley is a staff
accountant at BlumShapiro in West Hartford.
Post University student Sarah
Stover of Bozrah (second
from left) accepts the Frank
Frago Community Service
Award from ETF Chair Den-
nis Cole (left). Presenting the
award with Cole are CTCPA
Past President Charles Frago
and CTCPA past board mem-
ber Ivy Frago Zito, children of
the late Frank C. Frago.
University of Connecticut student Rachel
Wonneberger of Cheshire (second from right),
who is accompanied by her parents, Laura
Wonneberger and CTCPA member John
Wonneberger.
Central Connecticut State University student
Thomas Inzero of Rocky Hill (second from right),
who is accompanied by his parents, Marigrace
Inzero and CTCPA member Raymond Inzero.
CTCPA members James Fitzgerald and Joanne
Fitzgerald accept on behalf of their son, Western
New England University student Kevin Fitzger-
ald of South Windsor.
Bentley University student Stephanie Filippetti of
Mystic (second from left), who is accompanied
by her parents, CTCPA member Paul Filippetti
and Gail Filippetti.
Bentley University student Jillian Mehr of
Glastonbury (second from right), who is accom-
panied by her parents, CTCPA member John
Mehr and Charlene Mehr.
Unable to attend was Fairfield University student
Samuel Maxfield of Niantic, who is the son of
CTCPA member Paul Maxfield.