by Public Relations Office
November 17, 2004
Cedarville, OhioOf the 30 statewide nursing scholarships offered by OhioHealth this year, 10 have been awarded to Cedarville University nursing students.
Recipients were selected based on academic performance, financial need, and recommendation by their colleges. The Cedarville University recipients of the scholarships are seniors Jessica Balser (St. Paris, Ohio), Sharon Foley (Marion, Ohio), Aimee Gish (Brooklyn Center, Minn.), Karen Green (Newark, Ohio), Kristyn Manaresi (Little Egg Harbor, N.J.), and Emily Wheeler (Cedarville, Ohio); and juniors Rachel Gray (Dayton, Ohio), Jennifer Quidor (Oak Hill, Ohio), Samantha Slusher (Central Point, Ore.), and Rebecca Widener (Reynoldsburg, Ohio).
OhioHealth is a Columbus-based, not-for-profit charitable healthcare organization encompassing a family of hospitals, health and surgery centers, a home health and medical equipment service, insurance products and other health services in Ohio. "By providing
these scholarships," said Debra Plousha Moore, senior vice president of human resources at OhioHealth, "we are increasing the opportunities for more people to pursue healthcare careers to meet the growing healthcare needs in our community."