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LPF Announces Bob MacLea Scholarship Recipients

Wednesday, September 19, 2018   (0 Comments)
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LPF Announces Bob MacLea Scholarship Recipients

128 scholarships to be awarded to LP professionals

On June 10, 2018 in Dallas, TX, The Loss Prevention Foundation hosted the first annual Swing for Certification Golf Tournament preceding the NRF PROTECT conference. The event was held to raise money to fund scholarships for LP professionals who want to advance their careers by obtaining their LPQ or LPC certifications and to benefit the Loss Prevention Benevolent Fund.

The Loss Prevention Foundation’s goal was to raise enough money to be able to award 50 scholarships in the name of Board Member Emeritus, Bob MacLea, who was a founding member of the LPF. Bob spent his 41-year career in the loss prevention/asset protection profession and served on the LPF board of directors until his retirement in 2016. Sadly, Bob passed away this past March.

It was with great excitement that the LPF was able to announce that, thanks to all the sponsors and attendees of the golf tournament, the money was raised, and 50 scholarships would be awarded. The response to the scholarship announcement was overwhelming! The applications, which had to include a one to two paragraph essay on how the recipient planned to use the knowledge they obtain from the course to further their career and personal development, came pouring in. After reviewing each application and reading every essay, 50 scholarship recipients were chosen.

But then….! The LPF’s partner companies decided that they wanted in on the excitement. The LPF partners all came together to match what had been raised for scholarships at the golf tournament and donated 50 more scholarships.

But wait – there’s more! Due to the fantastic response and quality of the applications and essays received, the LPF chose to fund 28 additional scholarships.

It is with extreme pleasure that The Loss Prevention Foundation announces that 128 Bob MacLea LPQ and LPC Scholarships will be awarded to loss prevention professionals, from 65 different companies and the US Armed Forces, who have the desire to further their education. Congratulations!



 

Kissy Adams – AAFES

Jason Alexander – BJ’s

Thomas Allred – Macy’s

Sunildutt Anthwal – IDFC Bank

Andrew Bailey – HomeGoods

Christopher Baker – Verizon

Frank Barczewski - Meijer

Edward Becher – Meijer

Sharhonda Bishop – Matheson Tri-Gas

Rodney Blaydes – Walmart

Susan Boulton – Meijer

Cheryl Brereton – Goodwill

Jami Brians – AAFES

Rian Burge – O’Reilly Auto Parts

Janet Burgos-Ortiz – AAFES

Danielle Butler – Beall’s

Bryan Campbell – Bargain Hunt

Colton Cantrell – Walmart

Jessica Censoplano – Restoration Hardware

Lisa Chavez – Ross

Michael Clendaniel – AAFES

Bradford Cole – Diogenes LLC

Penelope Cornish – AAFES

Juan Correa

Christina Crain – Meijer

David Davis – Rent-A-Center

Ariel Deno – DFASS Group

William Dixon – AAFES

TaWanda Doby – Retail Business Services

Charles Drain – dd’s Discounts/Ross

Ryan Dukovich – Dick’s

Moses Ebivbiere – Healthplus Pharmacy

Levi Ellis – Hobby Lobby

Cole Ellsworth – TravisMathew

Sandra Ernst – Ulta

Paul Evans – Southeastern Grocers

Stephen Feldman – Fanatics

George Fernandez – Logistics

Charles Fitzgerald – Macy’s

Hermes Flores – Nebraska Furniture Mart

Lance Ford- Rent-A-Center

Joseph Gagne – Walgreens

Brittany Gentry – AAFES

Rose Gonzales – AAFES

Roy Greto – Goodwill

Rodney Haase – Beall’s

Bud Hardesty – WestAir Gases & Equipment

Jeremy Henderson – TJX

Derek Hohneck – Lowe’s

Ron Houk – Mattel/American Girl

Todd Hunt – Loblaw Companies

Stanley Ingold – Tiffany & Co.

Kelly Johnson – Bed Bath & Beyond

Jason Johnstone – Dick’s

Drew Kaplan – Stop & Shop

Robert Kee, Jr. – AAFES

Ryan Kelly US Dept. of Homeland Security

Andrew Kilpatrick – Lowe’s

Charles King, Jr. – AAFES

Kimberly Kosal – Gabe’s

John Lamb – Academy Sports + Outdoors

Charles LaRocco – Starboard Cruise Service

Tanya Latta

William Lowden – AAFES

Emilia Luedtke – Dick’s

Jeffrey Maksimowicz – Lowe’s

Kimberly Malott – Meijer

Keith Marrano – Bloomingdales

Nicholas Mason – Scheels

Nathan McCutcheon – Nebraska Furn. Mart

Dawn McElmury – Cracker Barrel

Danielle McGowan – Dick’s

Chad McIntosh – Bloomingdales

Barry Mckinley – Kmart

Eric Mendes – US Navy

Michael Messina – AAFES

Seth Mierzejewski – Stop & Shop

Andre Miller – Cree Incorporated

Cedric Miller

April Montanye – Walmart

Rene Morales – HEB

Larry Morgan – Western Heights Schools

Janet Morrissey – Shoe Carnival

Damien Needham – Beall’s

Conrad Nelson – Lowe’s

Manuel Nerio – Bloomindales

Elizabeth Nickel – Lowe’s

Staci Noonan – Meijer

Sonia Ortega – Meijer

Felix Ortiz – Home Depot

Tiffany Owen – Retail Business Services

Patrick Parris – TJX

Canaan Peacock – Beall’s

Keith Poland – CVS

Samantha Purk – Meijer

Tony Radunz – Goodwill

Anthony Reyes – AAFES

Joel Roberts – Kum and Go

Bonnie Robinson – Retail Business Services

Vanessa Rodriguez – Allied Intelligence

Robin Ross – Walmart

Jacques Rougeau – Weis Markets

Sherry Salach – Six Flags Great Escape

Alberto Sandoval – Old Navy

Gary Schlotthauer – Target

Benjamin Schwartz – Home Depot

Aubyn Scott

Dale Sonnenberg – BJ’s

Nicholas Stafford – Luxottica

David Stokes – Beall’s

Danny Swafford

Brett Szrejna – BJ’s

Scot Tadusz – Bed Bath & Beyond

Sarah Taylor – Neiman Marcus

Christopher Thomas – BJ’s

Christy Thomas – HomeGoods

Keith Tobar – TJX

Angel Torres – Ascena Retail Group

Shant Wartanian – Walgreens

Michael Welfield – Bloomingdales

Michelle Wen – Bloomingdales

Richard Wheat – Walmart

Victor Wichi – GameStop

Michael Wiehe – Home Depot

Robert Wilson – Allied Universal

Jeff Wold – Plainfield School District

Cary Young – TJX

John Zampini – Big Lots

 

 


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