Hanover Township – DM AIRPORTS, LTD., operators of Morristown Airport, proudly awarded its annual scholarships to eight local seniors from Hanover Park, Madison, Morristown and Whippany Park High Schools for 2018. This marks the 18th year that DM AIRPORTS, LTD. has presented scholarship awards in the community.

Morristown Airport granted eight scholarships total between Hanover Park, Madison, Morristown and Whippany Park High Schools.

2018 Scholarship Winners and Colleges of Choice

Hanover Park High School:
Nicholas Gargiulo – Rutgers University
Brian Heyman – University of Michigan

Madison High School:
Griffin Heyrich – Cal Polytechnic State University
Marie Piechnik – Binghamton University

Morristown High School:
Erin Joel – Rutgers University
Annalisa Sturno – University of Pittsburgh

Whippany Park High School
Timothy Gallo – University of Virginia
Beata Gelman – University of Michigan

Each scholarship recipient was awarded with a one-time, $1,000 scholarship that can be used for tuition, books or other eligible fees associated with collegiate attendance. Since its inception in 2001, DM AIRPORTS, LTD. has awarded more than $271,000 in awards to deserving seniors from the towns that surround Morristown Airport.

“It’s extremely rewarding to award these scholarships to local high school seniors,” said Airport Director Bill Barkhauer. “We’re proud to have these students represent Morris County and wish them well as they take the next step in their education.”

DM AIRPORTS, LTD., the private company that operates Morristown Airport, funds the scholarship program and defines the selection criteria. Cherry Hill, New Jersey-based Scholarship Managers, a division of Career Opportunities Through Education, Inc. (C.O.T.E), receives and evaluates individual applications, and selects the actual scholarship recipients.