Hoppock Memorial Scholarship
Ruth Cora Farr grew up in Maplewood, New Jersey where she attended Columbia High School. She graduated from Colby Junior College in 1936 and then worked for the town physician. She married David Willard Hoppock and raised two children in New Jersey, while also caring for a young elementary schooler whose parents died.
A lifelong supporter of education, Ruth Hoppock encouraged her daughter, Susan Hoppock Avery, to attend medical school at a time when women were under-represented in the profession. Susan Avery created this scholarship in recognition of her mother’s encouragement and support as she followed her dream of becoming a doctor.
1. Applicant must show financial need.
2. Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
3. Applicant must demonstrate good citizenship.
4. Applicant must pursue a career with a science or math base.
5. The scholarship alternates between CMR and GFH.
Donate A One Time Or Ongoing Scholarship For High School Graduates
Setting up an educational scholarship fund can be a meaningful way to give back to your community or to honor a loved one. There are a number of things to consider when planning a scholarship. Please contact the Foundation for assistance, we are happy to help you. Contact Dave Crum at (406) 268-7340 or Dave_Crum@gfps.k12.mt.us.