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AEA 2008: ICG Donates $2,000 To Fund PAMA Foundation Scholarship

Award May Be Used For Supplies, Tuition For A&P Students

Global voice and data communications developer ICG announced at AEA 2008 last week it will donate $2,000 to the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) Foundation, to fund its annual Brian Bennett Scholarship. The contribution was presented by ICG Vice President of Product Sales Jeff Saucedo to PAMA Board Chairman Clark Gordon and new PAMA President John Casker during a ceremony at ICG’s exhibit (below).

“ICG is pleased to offer a tangible example of our strong support for PAMA and its educational and certification programs,” Saucedo said. “This check, which has been designated for this year’s Brian Bennett Scholarship, actually represents the generosity and creativity of our Marketing Department and the respondents who took part in a product and services survey they conducted earlier this year. ICG’s surveyors agreed to donate $50 to the fund for each person who participated in the telephone survey. We thank them—and the people who took the time to answer their questions for making this donation possible.”

The Brian Bennett Scholarship is named for the son of Richard Bennett, one of the original founders of the PAMA scholarship program. Brian was an aviation maintenance technology student at Southwestern Michigan College when his life was cut short by an accident.

PAMA states through this annual scholarship, Bennett's commitment to learning everything he could about aviation maintenance and the industry, along with his unbridled enthusiasm for his studies, continues as an inspiration to Airframe, Powerplant, and Avionics students who have selected aviation maintenance as a career.

The award may be used for tuition, fees, books or supplies directly related to the recipient’s A&P program.



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