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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL

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MARCH 2017

67

AFSA NEWS

is attending San Jose State

University.

29. Abigail Hill—

recipient

of the Louis C. and Valeria

Hebert Memorial Scholarship

and Elbert G. and Naomi M.

Mathews Memorial Scholar-

ship. She is attending Mount

Holyoke College.

30. William Holtrop—

recipi-

ent of the Linda K. Fitzgerald

Memorial Scholarship and the

George and Mattie Newman

Memorial Scholarship. He is

attending Calvin College.

31. Luke Howlett—

recipient

of the DACOR Bacon House

Foundation/Heyward G. Hill

Memorial Scholarship. He

is attending St. Lawrence

University.

32. John Huyett—

recipient of

the Linda K. Fitzgerald Memo-

rial Scholarship and the Oliver

Bishop Harriman Memorial

Scholarship. He is attend-

ing the University of Nicosia,

Cyprus.

33. Liam Kierans—

recipient

of the DACOR Bacon House

Foundation/Heyward G. Hill

Memorial Scholarship. He is

attending the College of Wil-

liam& Mary.

34. Christopher Martinez—

recipient of the David D. New-

somMemorial Scholarship, the

Martin G. Patterson Memorial

Scholarship and the Lowell C.

Pinkerton Memorial Scholar-

ship. He is attending Tecno-

logico de Monterrey, Mexico.

35. Allison May—

recipient of

the Harriet P. Culley Memo-

rial Scholarship, the Victor H.

Skiles Memorial and Ruth Nay

Skiles Scholarship, and the

SheldonWhitehouse Memo-

rial Scholarship. She is attend-

ing George Mason University.

36. Connor McKinney—

recipient of the DACOR Bacon

House Foundation/Virginia

Thurgood BinghamMemorial

Scholarship. He is attending

the University of California,

Berkeley.

37. Kieran McKinney—

recipi-

ent of the Linda K. Fitzgerald

Memorial Scholarship and the

Louis C. and Valeria Hebert

Memorial Scholarship. He is

attending Virginia Tech Univer-

sity.

38. Daniel Murphy Pineda—

recipient of the DACOR Bacon

House Foundation/Heyward

G. Hill Memorial Scholarship.

He is attending Santa Barbara

City College.

39. Benjamin Murphy

Pineda

—recipient of the

DACOR Bacon House Founda-

tion/Heyward G. Hill Memorial

Scholarship. He is attending

Santa Barbara City College.

40. Jacob Murri—

recipient

of the Louis C. and Valeria

Hebert Memorial Scholar-

ship and the Elbert G. and

Prabhi G. Kavaler Memorial Financial Aid

Scholarship

Prabhi Kavaler was one

of 11 U.S. citizens killed

in the terrorist bombing

of the U.S. embassy in

Nairobi on Aug. 7, 1998.

She and her husband,

had arrived in Kenya less

than three weeks before

the bombing and were

at work at the embassy

when the bomb exploded.

Prabhi Kavaler was killed instantly and was buried at

Arlington National Cemetery.

Born in India, Mrs. Kavaler chose a second tour in

Africa with her husband so they could introduce their

young daughters to the exotic life offered by the Foreign

Service. The couple had served in Pakistan, the Philip-

pines, Israel, Paris and Nairobi (1990-1992). Howard

Kavaler established an AFSA perpetual scholarship in his

wife’s name in October 1998.

For the past three years this

scholarship program has provided

much-needed funds to ease my

financial burden while pursuing

my degree.

—Aidan Pazan, Senior, Ohio University

Recipients of the 2016-2017 AFSA Financial Aid Scholarships. See

numbered list for the name of each recipient, their school and the named

award they received.

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