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Christina E. Erbsen, Salida, Colo.; Brian C. Head, Montgomery, Ala.; Justine A. Semack, McDonald, Pa.; Mary E. Wolfe, Wyomissing, Pa.; and Matthew J. Woodruff, Fond du Lac, Wis., received Roofing Industry Scholarships from the National Roofing Foundation (NRF), a separate but related educational and research organization of NRCA.

The scholarships, which provide recipients with $1,000 per year for up to four years of undergraduate study, are awarded to employees, immediate family of employees or immediate family of NRCA contractor members. Applicants must plan to continue their education in university or vocational programs. Recipients may use the money to support their studies at any accredited postsecondary institution; scholarships are not limited to students planning to enter the roofing industry.

Erbsen is the daughter of David Erbsen, co-owner/sales with United Construction, Salida; Head is the son of Stanley Head, secretary/treasurer at Southeastern Roofing Co. Inc., Montgomery; Semack is the daughter of Cindy Semack, quality-assurance representative at Centimark Corp., Canonsburg, Pa.; Wolfe is the daughter of Gary Wolfe, chairman and chief executive officer of Wolfe Roofing & Sheet Metal, Reading, Pa.; and Woodruff is the son of Jeffery Woodruff, roofing supervisor at W.J. Woodruff Roofing Contractors Inc., Fond du Lac.

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