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Scholarships established in David Gray’s memory

By CSU Media | January 1, 2020

Two scholarships honoring the memory of Major W. David Gray ’01, who was killed Aug. 8, 2012, in Afghanistan, have been established. 

AFROTC Cadet Gabrielle D’Amico, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice with an aerospace studies minor, is the recipient of The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Funded Scholarship for 2019-2020. 

AFROTC Det 772 Commander, Roosevelt Loveless, presented The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Funded Scholarship to Cadet Gabrielle D’Amico
AFROTC Det 772 Commander, Roosevelt Loveless, presented The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Funded Scholarship to Cadet Gabrielle D’Amico. Photo by Richard Esposito

The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Endowed Scholarship was endowed in July 2019 and will be awarded for the first time in fall 2020. 

Chaplain Major Kenneth E. Fisher, USAF (Ret.) established the endowed scholarship and will determine the recipient with the cooperation of the AFROTC Detachment 772 Commander. 

To be considered for the endowed scholarship, a student must be enrolled full time, be an active member of the CSU AFROTC detachment, be a proclaimed Christian showing the character values of humility, integrity, service before self and excellence in all he/she does, and demonstrate financial need. First priority will be given to a student expressing interest in a career in the military, and second priority to a student pursuing a call to missions. 


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