Jolly GED Memorial Scholarship
- OCTC's Lindsey Kafer presents Susan Jollay with a wooden box engraved as a keepsake in honor of the scholarship.
- Left to right: Peter Liebenow, Amy Leach, Lindsey Kafer, Susan Jollay, Michelle Finch, and Steve Finch. Taken after the presentation of the scholarship to Susan Jollay, named in honor of her late husband Jim Jollay.
OWENSBORO, KY (09/25/2017) The staff at SkillTrain, Ohio County's adult education provider, recently honored the memory of Jim Jollay, late husband of long-time OCTC employee Susan Jollay, with a fund established in his name.
The Jim Jollay GED Memorial Scholarship is housed in the OCTC Foundation, Inc. The scholarship is for students working toward GED attainment in Ohio and McLean Counties and may be used for supplies and fees. Jim Jollay was a true gentleman, who fully supported Susan's passion for and dedication to SkillTrain's mission of helping others better their lives through education. True to the Jollays' desire to help others succeed, this fund will support adult learners who are trying to improve their lives and the lives of their families. For more information about SkillTrain's services, please call: 270-298-4470.
The OCTC Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit established in support of Owensboro Community & Technical College. To establish a legacy or memorial gift, please contact Mike Rodgers at 270.686.4503 or send donations to OCTC Foundation, Inc. at 4800 New Hartford Road, Owensboro, KY 42303.