DMACC students win Trigard and Watts Vault and Monument scholarships
Danville, IL – Two Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) mortuary science students won scholarships to help them advance their academic careers. Jeremy Cranston won a scholarship from Watts Vault and Monument Company, and Kyle Pospisil won a scholarship from Trigard.
The scholarship winners and their classmates traveled from Des Moines, Iowa, to Danville, Illinois. Hosted by the Darby family along with Scott Watts and Lowell Coburn from Watts Vault, the students experienced many facets of the death care industry during their tour of Trigard’s manufacturing and funeral home facilities.
Trigard and Watts Vault, a proud Trigard dealer, are committed to investing in the next generation of funeral directors who will care for families across the country.
PHOTO CAPTION – (From left) Travis Carrico, Des Moines Area Community College professor; Scott Watts, Watts Vault and Monument Company; Jeremy Cranston, Watts scholarship winner; Kyle Pospisil, Trigard scholarship winner; Blake Swinford, Trigard project manager; and Lowell Coburn, Watts Vault and Monument Company.
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