Mid-America student wins Trigard scholarship
Danville, IL – Trigard proudly awarded a $250 scholarship to Gypsy Antra, a Mid-America College of Mortuary Science student, earlier this month.
Trigard Chief Executive Officer Linda Darby and Project Manager Blake Swinford visited the Jeffersonville, Indiana, campus to award the scholarship and educate the students about many facets of the death care industry and the importance of bringing passion to the profession.
Trigard is firmly committed to investing in the next generation of funeral directors who will care for families across the country.
ABOUT TRIGARD – Trigard is a family owned and operated business based in Danville, Illinois, that has catered to the varying needs of the death care industry since the 1960s. Trigard regularly hosts Trigard University, a program dedicated to assisting burial vault dealers and funeral directors by providing the necessary tools to make their firms succeed in today’s funeral industry. Trigard believes working closely with other death care providers enhances our knowledge of the industry and allows everyone to stay a step ahead in today’s changing marketplace.
PHOTO – (MidAmerica_Antra.JPG) (From L to R) Linda Darby, Trigard Chief Executive Officer; Gypsy Antra, Mid-America Mortuary Science student and Trigard scholarship winner; Gary Bridgewater, Mid-America Administrator; and Blake Swinford, Trigard Project Manager.
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