Media, Pa. – November 2, 2017
Delaware County Pa. Sheriff’s Reserve Unit is proud to announce the presentation of the first four Stephen Maugeri Memorial Scholarships to students majoring in subjects directly related to First Responder / Emergency Services at Delaware County Community College.
A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to one eligible student from each of the following areas of study:
- Administration of Justice (A.A. Degree)
- Emergency Management and Planning (A.A.S. Degree)
- Municipal Police Academy (Certificate)
- Paramedic-ALS (A.A.S. Degree)
Mary McFall Hopper, Sheriff of Delaware County, and Capt. Debi Henderson, of the Delaware County Pa. Sheriff’s Reserve Unit, presented a check for $4000 to Dr. John R. Agar, Jr. representing DCCC. According to Kathleen A. Breslin, DCCC vice president of institutional advancement, this is the only scholarship being awarded through the college to a cadet at the Municipal Police Academy.
Lt. Stephen Maugeri was a dedicated member of the Reserve Unit who passed away recently following a long illness.
The Delaware County Pa. Sheriff’s Reserve Unit was founded in the wake of the attacks on New York, Washington, DC and Shanksville, Pa. on September 11, 2001 and in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The Unit is staffed by volunteers trained to provide traffic and crowd control assistance to the Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies in Delaware County and beyond when requested. In addition, all members are First Aid and CPR certified.
On Tuesday, November 2, 2017, Sheriff Mary McFall Hopper and Capt. Debi Henderson, Delaware County Pa. Sheriff’s Reserve Unit present the $4000 Stephen Maugeri Memorial Scholarship check to Dr. John R. Agar, Jr. representing Delaware County Community College. This donation will provide four $1000 scholarships to eligible students majoring in First Responder / Emergency Services programs. Shown here are (L to R) Capt. Debi Henderson, DCSRU, Sheriff Mary McFall Hopper, and Dr. John R. Agar, Jr., representing DCCC.