Allied Services Heinz Rehab recently announced the winners of the 2017 Allied Services Rose Brader Scholarships. The Volunteer Auxiliary of Allied Services Heinz Rehab established the Rose Brader Scholarship to contribute to the health care needs of the community by encouraging and providing financial assistance to those students that wish to pursue an education in the field of rehabilitation medicine. The fund is named in honor of Rose Brader, a former director of Volunteer Services at the Heinz Rehabilitation Hospital. The Volunteer Auxiliary has been awarding the scholarships since 1990. Scholarships are awarded to Luzerne County Residents pursuing a career in the rehabilitation field.
PHOTO ID: 2017 Rose Brader Scholarship Winners
Seated, left to right: Sierra Lieback, West Pittston, Marywood University; Christina Perry, White Haven, DeSales University; Jennifer Cave, Shavertown, Penn State University; Claudia Shandra, Hughestown Marywood University; Sarah Slusark, Duryea, Temple University.
Standing, left to right: Linda Mitchell, Scholarship Volunteer; Karen Kearney, Vice President, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Allied Services; Miranda Brazinski, Wilkes-Barre, Slippery Rock University; Hannah Woodeshick, Nescopeck, University of Scranton; Anthony D’Eliseo, Laflin, Misericordia University; Mikayla Klimas, Harding, Misericordia University; Jillian Scanlon, Pittston, Misericordia University; Katelyn McGuire, West Nanticoke, Bloomsburg University.
Missing from photo: Ashley Casem, Mountaintop, Misericordia University; Tim Lavelle, Wilkes-Barre, Misericordia University.