RSI Awards Six Scholarships to Local Students

RSI and the EOC joined efforts to offer six (6) $1,000 college scholarships to help children of RSI employees achieve their greatest potential through higher education. The scholarships were awarded to graduating high school students who will be attending college in the upcoming fall 2016 semester.

The scholarship recipients are son of Adam Johnson, Kayne, from Karns High School, who will attend the Pellissippi State Community College to pursue geoscience; daughter of Roger Petrie, Saylor, from Farragut High School, who will attend the University of Alabama to pursue biology; son of Terry Roseman, Evan, from Signal Mountain High School, who will attend the University of Florida to pursue nuclear engineering; granddaughter of Bob Sleeman, Rene, from West High School, who will attend the University of Tennessee - Chattanooga to pursue environmental engineering; son of Ross Thomas, Ross, from Bearden High School, who will attend Middle Tennessee State University to pursue biology; and son of Allen Townsend, Brandon, from Baylor School, who will attend Tennessee Technological University to pursue computer science. 

Photo:  Scholarship recipients and RSI managers pictured left to right: Peter Caswell, RSI Vice President, Saylor Petrie, Rene Sleeman, Ross Thomas III, Evan Roseman, and Paul Clay, RSI President. Not pictured are Kayne Johnson and Brandon Townsen