FCFP Announces T-Ross Brothers Construction Scholarship Recipients

June 28, 2018

T-Ross Brothers Construction Scholarship Recipients

The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the T-Ross Brothers Construction Scholarship award.  Trynity Lehman of Jersey Shore High School and Nathan Troutman of Line Mountain High School will each receive a $1,500 award towards their education in pursuit of a degree in the construction industry.

In 2018, T-Ross Brothers Construction established a Construction Scholarship to benefit graduating senior(s) interested in a construction-related field of study. Recently, the recipients met with Todd Ross, President of T-Ross Brothers Construction to tour their headquarters. “We wish Nathan and Trynity the best of luck in their studies,” said Ross. Troutman will begin classes at Triangle Tech in the Construction & Carpentry field in June. Lehman is a rising freshman at Marywood University studying to become an Architect.

T-Ross Brothers Construction, Inc. is a construction company in Milton, PA specializing in the services of design-build, commercial construction, industrial construction, steel buildings, medical facilities, religious facilities, green building (LEED Accreditation), crane services and custom residential construction throughout Central Pennsylvania for over 60 years. In 1996, brothers Tom and Todd Ross purchased the business from their father, Thomas H. Ross, after working their way up through the construction business. Today T-Ross Brothers Construction Inc. continues to lead the industry with family values and integrity with an emphasis in quality.

In 2017, FCFP awarded $250,508 in scholarships to 82 students from 11 different counties.  The Foundation’s organizational mission is to improve the quality of life in north central Pennsylvania through community leadership, the promotion of philanthropy, the strengthening of nonprofit impact and the perpetual stewardship of charitable assets.  2018 promises to provide opportunities to achieve success in all of those areas as they continue creating powerful communities through passionate giving®. 

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