Founded by his family to provide post-secondary scholarships to students who are active members of a faith-based organization and have demonstrated community volunteerism and leadership.
To honor a life devoted to faith and the pursuit of excellence, The Nathan W. Farlow Memorial Fund for Excellence was established by Nathan’s wife, Jennifer, his parents Arnold W. and Elizabeth A. Farlow, and his siblings Catherine, Daniel, and Elizabeth Joy. The fund provides post-secondary scholarships to students who are active members of a faith-based organization and have demonstrated community volunteerism and leadership. Throughout his lifetime, Nathan possessed incredible internal drive, and is described by friends and family as having “lived 80 years of life in 26 years.” He valued his role as husband and father and he inspired his friends and youth group students to live purposefully. Sadly, on October 5, 2014, Nathan’s life was cut short by a drunk driver in Harris County, Texas. “Extraordinary is the word that describes Nathan’s person and actions,” said Mr. Farlow, Nathan’s father. “He was a person of boundless energy and had an uncompromising commitment to excellence. His Christian faith was at the core of everything he did, including his goal of inspiring everyone around him by his own example.”
Walter P. Feaga Memorial Scholarship Fund at Frederick Community College
Founded by daughter Jean Feaga Baden for students studying business.
Walter P. Feaga was a well-known local farmer and auto salesman, who owned several farms and worked at Frederick Motor Company. Not only was he known for his business endeavors but also his membership in many local Masonic organizations. Mr. Feaga passed away in 1958. In 1993, his daughter Jean Feaga Baden establish The Walter P. Feaga Memorial Scholarship Fund at Frederick Community College to honor Mr. Feaga’s business success. This Fund awards scholarships to Frederick Community College for students also interested in majoring in business.