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Sid Richardson Memorial Scholarship Fund

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March 31, 2019

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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.

    Those eligible to apply for a Sid Richardson Memorial Scholarship Fund are children and grandchildren of persons who qualified for the Early Retirement, Normal Retirement, Disability Retirement or Death Benefits from:
    -The Bass Retirement Plan (formerly the Retirement Plan for Employees of Bass Enterprises Production Co.)
    -Retirement Plan for Employees of Barbnet/San Jose Cattle Co.
    -Retirement Plan for Employees of Richardson Aviation
    -Retirement Plan for Employees of Sid W. Richardson Foundation
    -Retirement Plan for Employees of Sundance Square.
    -Retirement Plan for Employees of City Center Development

    Those eligible also include children and grandchildren of persons presently employed with a minimum of three years' full-time service with any of the following employers:
    -Barbnet Investment Co.
    -BBT Capital Management, LLC
    -BEPCO, L.P.
    -BOPCO, L.P.
    -City Club of Fort Worth
    -Richardson Aviation
    -San Jose Cattle Co.
    -SHSM Partners, L.P.
    -Sid Richardson Carbon & Energy Co.
    -Sid W. Richardson Foundation
    -Sundance Square Management, L.P.

    "Children and grandchildren" include biological and adopted children and grandchildren of eligible employees and retirees.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Sid Richardson Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • 309 Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • mkuykendall@sidrichardson.org
  • tel: 817-336-0494
  • fax: 817-332-2176

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