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Staff Sergeant Geno Scariot Emergency Scholarship

Staff Sergeant Geno Scariot Emergency Scholarship

Sergeant First Class (SFC) Celia Hodge is one of the many military students enrolled at WKU Ft Knox. She is currently working on her MPA with WKU. Celia is the first student to receive a scholarship award from the Staff Sergeant Geno Scariot Emergency Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship fund is available due to the gen-erous support from Terry and Kathy Scariot. The emer-gency scholarship fund was established to assist mili-tary students with financial aid issues who need imme-diate assistance. Named in honor of Geno Scariot, a WWII Air Force Staff Sergeant, who served in the 458th Bombardment Group of the 96th Combat Wing, Eighth Air Force, in Norwich, England.  

Pictured are Bea Cobb, Military Pro-grams Counselor, SFC Celia Hodge, Tonya Archey, Military Student Ser-vices Director, and Melissa Ballinger, Office Associate at Ft Knox. 

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