Charles Popejoy Memorial Scholarship

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Charles Popejoy

Charles Popejoy was born in Dallas on March 28, 1940. He was raised in Dallas and attended Dallas Junior Academy. In 1965 he attended Southwestern Union College and worked at Brandom Kitchens to pay for his education.

His friends say he was "the most giving person in the world." He loved the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and volunteered his time as well as his financial support.

He was employed for 14 years as head of shipping for Missionary Tape and Equipment Supply in Garland, and lived in Keene. He died in May, 1989.

The Charles Popejoy Memorial Scholarship is awarded to ministerial students.

 

Students Recipients 

2020-2021-Ivan Franco, Kyle Barrow

2019-2020 -Eliel Rosabal Pena, Felipe Dominguez

2018-2019 -Semu Siologa, Fonua Tonga

2017-2018 -Joshua Aguilar 

2016-2017 -Allan Hernandez, Gabrielle Duran

2015-2016 - Edgar Infante, Wilfredo Venegas

2014-2015 - Nelson Bahena, Edgar Infante, Elias Ortega, Wilfredo Vanegas

2013-2014 - Nelson Bahena 

2012-2013 - Nelson Bahena, Shelot Pierre, Justin Tonga,  Samuel Vega 

2011-2012 - Carlos Arrano, Elizabeth Marin, Justin Tonga

2010-2011 - Jenae Phipps, Steven Solero