Radford High School Foundation Scholarships

 

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Radford High School Foundation
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The Senior Vice President Investments at Stifel Nicolaus in Radford, VA, financial advisor George Abie Williams has spent many years giving back to his community through charitable work. Among other activities, he chairs the board of the Radford High School Foundation, which supports fundraising and construction efforts at the high school and in the community. On August 25, 2017, the school inducted George Abie Williams into its Hall of Fame as an athlete and contributor.

Beyond funding new construction, the Radford High School Foundation provides several scholarships to graduates of the school. These
scholarships have diverse requirements. Some, such as the Brian T. Hannifan Memorial Scholarship, go to students who have demonstrated humanitarianism and kindness during their time at the high school. Others, like the Roy and Mayme Epperly Scholarship, are general-purpose scholarships that have no requirements beyond gaining admittance to an accredited college and demonstrating a need for financial aid.

The Foundation gives out approximately $25,000 per year in scholarships. Recipients have attended a wide range of schools, including Virginia Tech, Radford University, and Roanoke College.

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Radford Athletics Club to Receive New Facility

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Radford Athletics Club
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With a career spanning several decades, George Abie Williams serves as senior vice president investments at the wealth management firm Stifel Nicolaus. George Abie Williams gives back to his community in numerous ways, including by serving on the board of the Radford University Foundation Athletic Club.

As a supporter of Highlander Athletics, the Radford Athletics Club is the fundraising arm of the Radford University‚Äôs athletics department. A current project successfully supported by the club and completed by Radford University officialsis was a total rebuild of the men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms. The facility, which is located in the university’s Dedmon Center, will serve as a centerpiece for recruiting future athletes, boasting new lockers and benches, a more modern design, and student-athlete lounges.

The entire project had an estimated cost $150,000, including the athlete locker rooms and lounges, team meeting areas, and additional locker rooms for coaches. The project is primarily supported by donations to the Radford Basketball Capital Projects Fund.