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2017-05-17 / Business

Clarence High senior receives CCSFCU Louis J. Nanni Memorial Scholarship


Louis J. Nanni Memorial Scholarship recipient Hailey Pezzino, center, with CCSFCU CEO Marsha Brauer, left, Pezzino’s parents, John and Jill, sister, Emily, and CCSFCU Board Member Brian Schmidt. Louis J. Nanni Memorial Scholarship recipient Hailey Pezzino, center, with CCSFCU CEO Marsha Brauer, left, Pezzino’s parents, John and Jill, sister, Emily, and CCSFCU Board Member Brian Schmidt. Clarence Community & Schools Federal Credit Union announced the recipient of the Louis J. Nanni Memorial Scholarship at their Annual Meeting on March 23.

Hailey Pezzino, a senior at Clarence High School, is this year’s recipient.

“Hailey is a very deserving recipient. Like Mr. Nanni, Hailey demonstrates a strong sense of self through her school and community involvement and her drive for excellence,” said Brian Schmidt, scholarship committee chair and CCSFCU board member.

Pezzino wrote about her vision of helping others as Nanni did at the credit union. Her dream of becoming a nurse, as she says, “is the best way I would be able to give back to the community.” She has been accepted to SUNY Brockport to continue this dream.

“We are pleased to present this year’s scholarship to Hailey” said Marsha Brauer, CCSFCU CEO.

The Louis J. Nanni Memorial Scholarship has been given out for the last 14 years in honor of the credit union’s long-time manager, Louis J.Nanni.

Clarence Community & Schools Federal Credit Union serves the Clarence, Amherst and Akron areas. CCSFCU offers a complete line of financial services including savings, loans, home mortgages, checking products as well as online and home banking services.

For more information stop by the office, call 630-0888 or visit on the web at www.ccsfcu.com.

The credit union was started in 1954 for the employees of the Clarence Central Schools. It expanded its field of membership to include the employees and officials of the Town of Clarence, and the Clarence Senior Citizens. A community charter allowed the union to serve the entire Clarence community beginning in 2001. Family members of any current member may also join.

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