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$75,000 Contributed to Scholarships to Honor Sentry’s 40th Anniversary


Sentry Management announced at last week’s “Celebration of Giving” event, $75,000 in funding (with more to come) for student scholarships administered by The Foundation for Seminole State College. Sentry and our trusted vendor partners, listed below, contributed to the fund as part of the 40th Anniversary Celebration for Sentry. The scholarships are for those in financial need, and a portion is earmarked for accounting students. About 250 people attended the event, which gave donors the opportunity to interact with students, faculty, Foundation board members and staff on campus, and also to be recognized for their support. Howard Pomp, CEO of Sentry Management, in his remarks, said “Sentry, as a good citizen, is doing our part in giving back to communities that have contributed to our longevity and growth.”

Scholarship fund contributors include:

Signature contributor:

Insurance Office of America (IOA)

Major contributors:

Alliance CAS
Girard Environmental Services
Joseph Michalak LLC
RAMCO Protective Services
Fassett Anthony & Taylor PA
Valley Crest


Arias Bosinger PLLC
Arrington & Company
Hartman & Sons Construction
Larsen & Associates
Richart Landscaping & Irrigation
Smithson Electric
Ed Jones Insurance
Southern Mosquito Control Svc.
Statewide Electric
Clayton & McCulloh, P. A.,

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