Mimi Deatherage Memorial Law Scholarship

Marion (Mimi) Deatherage practiced law and loved the game of golf. Born and raised in Long Beach, she attended Wilson High School, and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Colorado before attending Southwestern School of Law. After graduation from Southwestern, she joined her father's law office. During the seventeen years she spent practicing law, Mimi found time to engage her passion for the game of golf. She broke ground for women at Virginia Country Club, becoming its first female member in 1994.


Virginia Country Club members, family and friends joined together to create a scholarship that supports an aspiring law student who reflects Mimi's dedication to the practice of law and her great love of golf.

Please visit the Scholarships page of the Foundation website for further information or to download an application.

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