Sid Richardson Memorial Scholarship Fund

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March 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Sid Richardson Memorial Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for college and graduate education and post-secondary vocational training for children and grandchildren of eligible retirees and employees of businesses previously owned and operated by Sid Richardson and designated successor companies and organizations. There are no limits to the number of eligible family members who may apply for a scholarship. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 309 Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • mkuykendall@sidrichardson.org
  • tel: 817-336-0494
  • fax: 817-339-7245

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Dmitry I  on 5/3/2020 12:33:57 AM

I believe I should be awarded this scholarship because I have a burning desire to take my love for helping others achieve their fitness goals to the next level. Not only that, but I also want to help others through physical therapy so they can get back to their grind and to do that I need to hit the ground running my freshman year of college. It's been a dream of mine to study health science at a university such as Texas State or Texas Tech. However, although I was accepted and grateful, this was only a small step of the battle. I have 3 other college-age siblings and my dad works hard to support all of us. Because of this, I have not received much aid if at all. To pursue my dreams and not let this get in the way of my passion I have been applying to scholarships every day during quarantine. While I'm willing to attend a community college and transfer to a university I have not given up hope. I will continue to strive and work hard for my goals as my father did when he came to America as a first-generation immigrant from Russia. I appreciate you providing this opportunity and I hope I am chosen! Thank you!

Robert F  on 8/26/2015 11:21:20 AM

I need this scholarship so I can continue school at Palo Alto college please help thank you

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