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Doug Plack

In appreciation of his many years of volunteer assistance to the organization, the Omaha Post has established the Doug Plack Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship has been established in perpetuity, and from this date forward, will provide education and training funds for a member of the Society, or for someone in their family. The goal of the Plack Scholarship is to raise a base of $20,000, from which the annual interest (approximately $2,000) will be given to one student per year. The first recipients of the scholarship were Doug's children, Adam and Whitney, who have now graduated. This scholarship is now open for applications (access the current Doug Plack Scholarship application here). Applications are due April 1st and will be awarded at the annual Omaha Post Industry Day.

Will you help us remember Doug - and continue his legacy of mentoring, assisting, and participating? Please donate to the Doug Plack Memorial scholarship by sending your check, made payable to:

SAME Omaha Post
P.O. Box 24804
Omaha, NE 68124

Please note on the memo line that the check is for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund.

Thank you to those who have donated so far!
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MACTEC (Al Fillip)

MACTEC (Al Fillip) presents check to Omaha Post President Mary Erwin
for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund

Oneida

Bill Stutz with S&A Environmental presents check to Omaha Post President,
Mary Erwin for the Doug Plack scholarship fund.

Oneida

Sustaining member firm Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises, LLC
(Steve Houser) presents check to Omaha Post President Mary Erwin
for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund, Industry Day 2009

S&A

Bill Stutz, S & A

PBS&J

Sustaining Member firm PBS&J (Jon Holbrook) presents check to Omaha Post President Jeanne LeBron for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund.

Blumen Consulting

Seattle Post President Terry McCann (Blumen Consulting) ; presents Omaha Post President Jeanne LeBron (AMEC Earth & Environmental) with a donation for the Doug Plack Scholarship fund.

URS

Sustaining Member firm URS (Jeff Williamson and Steve Cox) present check to Omaha Post President Jeanne LeBron for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund.

Acardis

Sustaining Member firm Arcadis (BG (Ret) Ed Arnold) presents check to Omaha Post President Jeanne LeBron for the Doug Plack Scholarship Fund.

AMEC

Brian Boose, Jeanne LeBron, and Paul Pettit, AMEC

Larry Wonzy

Jerry Adams of Kansas City Post presents check to Roger Wozny.

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