AUSTIN—The Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation (POMF), a charitable arm of the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), has announced its 2023 POMF Scholarship recipients.
Each year, the foundation presents scholarships to the dependents of Texas Law Enforcement officers who are either graduating high school seniors or enrolled in an accredited college/university. The POMF Scholarship Committee received and reviewed over 150 applications from qualified students all over the state this year, which were divided into 18 predetermined regions, major cities, and major departments throughout Texas.
“These young Texans represent what it’s like to be from a law enforcement family where values like hard work and achievement are expected,” said Lt. Marvin Ryals, CLEAT President. “We are proud to assist these students on their path toward gaining knowledge and ultimately bringing dedication and commitment back to their communities.”
Please join us in congratulating the 18 statewide recipients of the 2023 Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation Scholarship:
Sierra Briones San Angelo, TX
Malik Frank Cedar Creek, TX
Marissa George El Paso, TX
Katelyn Gudenau Cedar Hill, TX
Kayla Kumar Desoto, TX
Jonathan Lann Midland, TX
Peyton Martinez Burleson, TX
Hunter Mayfield Krum, TX
Jett McCleney Schulenburg, TX
Alexandria McQueen Pearland, TX
Mackenzie Nocker Boerne, TX
Sarah Normand Lago Vista, TX
Justin Oketunmbi Rosharon, TX
Taylor Pagola Canyon Lake, TX
Josue Rosales Diboll, TX
Samantha Silva El Paso, TX
Diana Vazquez Crowley, TX
Lillian Villarreal McAllen, TX
The Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that strives to perpetuate the memory of Texas law enforcement officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their communities.
For more information about the Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation, visit www.pomf.org.
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