Nancy Busco Trabold Memorial Scholarship recipient Stephanie Gamboa ’12, met with scholarship founder Charles Trabold ’50, M ’53 and his daughters: Beth and Lisa ’04.
Gamboa, the first-ever recipient of the scholarship, presented Charles Trabold with a piece of original artwork in gratitude this past April at King Hall. The award was established in memory of Charles’ first wife, Nancy Busco Trabold, who was a talented artist. The annual scholarship goes to a qualifying female art major.
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