Dr. Richard Zogby, after receiving his medical degree from SUNY Medical University, went on to become a well-regarded orthopedic specialist in Syracuse for more than 25 years. He was a dedicated father of three and volunteered as a Boy Scout Leader and assistant Troop Master...

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Following Bruce McCormick’s accidental death in 1974, his family decided the best type of memorial would be related to music, a field in which Bruce was particularly interested. Since 1975, the McCormick Fund has made scholarships available to Fayetteville-Manlius High School seniors with exceptional musical...

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According to those who knew him, Stephen (Steve) Schmidt was a friend to all. Kind, patient, and infectiously passionate, he always evoked smiles from those around him. After his sudden death in September 2014, his long-time friends, family, and colleagues looked for a way to...

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By naming the Community Foundation as the beneficiary designee of his IRA, Robert E. Hansen established this scholarship fund in memory of his wife and mother-in-law to benefit children of members of the Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department. To apply for this scholarship, please contact Fayetteville-Manlius...

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After Suzanne’s (Suzy) sudden death in July 2000, her parents established this scholarship for a Fayetteville-Manlius High School graduate who exemplifies dedication to community, especially through service to children, the underprivileged or disabled, and a spirit of compassion and loyalty. To apply for this scholarship,...

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In 1987, one year after Pamela Braund’s tragic death in an automobile accident, classmates, relatives and friends established a fund to remember this Fayetteville-Manlius High School graduate. Each year a scholarship is presented to an F-M graduate pursuing a career in teaching, social studies or...

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