Savannah River Mission Completion Awards 15 Family Scholarships
AIKEN, S.C. (May 23, 2022) — Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC), the Savannah River Site Liquid Waste Contractor, has awarded 15 local students with scholarships. The students are children of SRMC employees.
Each of these high school seniors received scholarships of $3,000. The winning applications were selected based on an essay submission, grade point average, and leadership and scholarship achievement.
Dr. Dave Olson, SRMC President and Program Manager, said SRMC is proud to continue the important tradition of supporting educational endeavors of the younger generation, especially those within the SRMC family.
“Exceptional academic accomplishments are something to be proud of, and SRMC is honored to be a small part of these students’ journeys,” Olson said. “The Family Scholarship Program is a great way to give back to our employees and show support of their families outside of work.”
The winners of the 2022 SRMC Family Scholarship Program are:
Kimberly Morris (Daniel and Elizabeth Morris)
Luke Stringfield (Morgan and Leslie Stringfield)
Robert Voegtlen (Bob and Julie Voegtlen)
Adam Wallace (Scott and Rhonda Wallace)
Payton Baggott (Barry and Tina Baggott)
Mariel Baker (Kenneth and Lawanna Baker)
Dani Brinkley (Erin Smith and David Brinkley)
Andrew Hoang (Hilary Bui and Don Hoang)
Macy Meyer (Foy and Heather Meyer)
Logan Pepper (Bill and Shannon Pepper)
Lena Ryberg (Richie and Jennifer Ryberg)
McKynzie Still (Michael Still and Kay Corder)
Abbie Hartley (Charles and Suzanne Lowe)
Talia Arlen (Kimberly and Steven Arlen)
Jessica Costain (Mike and Paula Costain)
SRMC comprises parent company BWX Technologies, Inc. with partners Amentum and Fluor. Its team brings the capabilities necessary to accelerate cleanup at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site through safe nuclear operations, optimized and integrated mission execution, and strong corporate governance.
Cutline: Savannah River Mission Completion awarded 15 Family Scholarships to children of SRMC employees. The 2022 winners are (starting at the top) from left, Robert Voegtlen, Luke Stringfield, Payton Baggott, Adam Wallace, Logan Pepper, Abbie Hartley, Dani Brinkley, Talia Arlen, Macy Meyer, Andrew Hoang, Mariel Baker, Lena Ryberg, Kimberly Morris, and Jessica Costain (not pictured: McKynzie Still). Also pictured are SRMC Chief of Staff and Director of Communications Larry Ling, Chief Administrative Officer Mark Barth, and Chief Operations Officer Wyatt Clark.