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Yamaha awards 2019 scholarships


  • By The Newnan Times-Herald
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  • Jul. 19, 2019 - 4:18 PM

Yamaha awards 2019 scholarships

Photo courtesy Yamaha

The Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation recently presented its 2019 scholarships to children of Newnan-based Yamaha employees. Each $2,500 scholarship – presented to students selected by an independent educator panel – is funded by the YMMC recycling program, to encourage and recognize community involvement and continued education. Recipient and Yamaha executives include front, from left, Jalen Friday – Los Angeles College of Music (child of Tammy Howard, Logistics DC4), Taylor Mabry – Jacksonville State University (child of Brad Mabry, ATV Assembly), Ashley Dombrowski – University of Georgia (child of Thomas Dombrowski, Logistics DC4), Zachary Pina – Georgia State University (child of Patricia Pina, Human Resources) and Mary Christensen – Kennesaw State University (child of Ken Christensen, Information Technology; back, Richard Jones (SR Division Manager of Operations), Toshi Shigeta (VP Product Development), Emmanuel Escobar – Southern Union State Community College and Marisabela Escobar – Augusta University (children of Guillermo Escobar, P3 Sub-Assembly), Mike Chrzanowski (President), Rachel Black – University of Georgia (child of Walt Black, Logistics DC5), Lauren McKay – University of Georgia (child of Wesley McKay, Manufacturing Engineering), Bob Brown (VP Finance & Operations Support) and Wayne Pierce (VP Supply Chain Management); not pictured, Shayaan Kabir – Emory University (child of MD Kabir, Continuous Improvement).