Allied Services Auxiliary at Heinz Rehab Hospital in Wilkes-Barre Township recently announced the winners of its annual scholarship program. The Rose Brader Scholarship was established in 1990 to support the community’s health care needs by investing in students pursuing educational in the field of rehabilitation medicine. The Fund is named in honor of Rose Brader, a former Director of Volunteer Services at Heinz Rehab, know as an outstanding community leader with a commitment to the advancement of rehabilitation medicine.
The 2014 recipients of the Rose Brader Scholarship are Jennifer Cave of Dallas High School, Anthony D’Elisio, Jr. of Pittston Area High School, Taylor Karlick of Hazleton Area High Schoo, Lindsey Lane of Greater Nanticoke Area High School, Amy Paddock of Misericordia University and Rebecca Price of Crestwood High School.
Pictured, from left: Anthony D’Eliseo, Jr.,Pittston Area High School; Jennifer Cave, Dallas High School. Standing left to right: Amy Paddock, Misericordia University; Karen Kearney, Vice President of Inpatient Rehabilitation, Allied Services; Rebecca Price, Crestwood High School. Missing from photo: Lindsay Lane, Greater Nanticoke Area High School; Taylor Karlick, Hazleton Area High School.