John and Eunice Davidson Scholarship
This fund was established in memory of John and Eunice Davidson by their family to provide academic scholarships to graduating seniors. John and Eunice Davidson were unable to complete college due to financial hardships imposed by the Great Depression of the 1930’s. However, they made sure that both their daughters completed college. John went on to have a very successful career in transportation and investments. In Woodland, Carole Pirruccello is the Co-Trustee of the fund.
Students eligible for assistance shall:
- Be a graduating senior of Woodland High School located in the city currently known as Woodland in the state of California.
- Be pursuing a career in a health-related field.
- Attend an on-campus two or four-year college or university in California.
- Student must continue to attend classes and keep a minimum 2.5 grade point average (or equivalent).
Consideration will be given to financial need and the student’s community service record.
Scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis and disbursed in equal payments in August and January. An acknowledgment/thank you note should be sent to scholarship donor if selected, and is required to release the first payment.
These scholarships will be supplemental for students who have already earned athletic and/or academic scholarships. Annually $2,500 will be awarded and paid in two equal installments for up to four years. Each secondary installment will be released upon proof of good academic progress (transcript required as proof).