Stanford Mark Larsen
Memorial Scholarship
Established 20 Feb 2007
5 Aug 1988 to 23 Jan 2007

"I have fought a good fight,
I have finished my course,
I have kept the faith" 2 Tim 4:7

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Purpose of Scholarship
The Stanford Mark Larsen Memorial Scholarship Fund is being established to honor his memory. Stanford had a zest for life. He excelled at piano and saxophone, enjoyed performing on stage, was a friend to all, and enjoyed people. He will always be remembered as a young man who had strong faith in God and lived a life of integrity and service.

Funding and Qualifications
Donations made in Stanford's memory shall be used to fund the Stanford Mark Larsen Memorial Scholarship. Income from the fund shall be awarded annually to a graduating senior of Nashua High School South who has been active in the performing arts; has demonstrated leadership; has high integrity; and has been accepted to an accredited college or university. Interested candidates must complete the school's standard scholarship application form. The student most deserving of the award shall be chosen by the committee designated by the school to select recipients of scholarships managed by the City of Nashua, with input from the Larsen family if the family so desires. The fund shall be managed by the City of Nashua in the same manner as other similar funds.

How to Contribute
Tax deductible donations should be made by check payable to:
     City of Nashua f/b/o Stanford Larsen Fund

Mail contributions to:
     City of Nashua
     Attn: Cindy Bielawski
     PO Box 2019
     Nashua, NH 03060-2019

Contribution Forms:    HTML    PDF    Word

Memorial Scholarship Recipients

2016 June 16 - Mariah Palmer

2015 June 11 - Charlie Deichmann

2014 June 12 - Trisha Mahoney

2013 June 13 - Garrett Hawkins

2012 June 12 - Ruth Wendel

2011 June 16 - Carolyn Regula

2010 June 16 - Amy St. Louis

2009 June 17 - Ben Levine

2008 June 11 - James Pater

2007 June 14 - Samantha Swanson

Memorial Scholarship Donation Progress

The scholarship fund became a perpetual fund in 2009. However, it still needs to grow so that its earnings can cover the annual award. Currently it only earns about $200, so the rest of the $500 award is provided out of pocket by the Larsen family.