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Alum’s tribute to his father provides new Rowan scholarship

ndrew Moore ’90 is doing his part to contribute to education in south Jersey. Moore, with family and friends, formed the Robin Moore Foundation to honor the life and work of his father, Robin, who died recently at the age of 55. The goal of the Foundation is to provde scholarships for Triton Regional High School students to attend Rowan.

Robin Moore immigrated to the United States in 1959 from the British Isles. For about 30 years he worked in the heating and air conditioning business, and was regarded as top in his field in the Delaware Valley. He worked for General Electric Air Conditioning/Trane Co. “My father was very hard working and loyal,” said Moore, “the Foundation is a fitting memorial to his life and dedication.”

The Foundation awarded its first scholarship on June 4. The $3000 scholarship was given to Gregory James Kaminiski, a Triton senior who will begin classes at Rowan in September. The Foundation kicked off its fundraising campaign last fall with its golf tournament at the Eagle’s Nest Country Club in Sewell. The event was a great success, and the next one will be held October 3 at the same location. At present, the Foundation’s corporate sponsors are Trane, and Tozour Energy Systems of King of Prussia, Pa.

For more information or to make a donation to the Robin Moore Foundation, call (856) 939-1672 or send checks payable to Robin Moore Foundation, 117 Phillps Avenue, Runnemede, NJ 08078

 
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