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Clayton Fire Co. Announces Winner of Annual Linda Lightcap Memorial Scholarship Fund
By KEVIN WILSON
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By Clayton Fire Co.
(L to R): Leslie Pope, Karley Womax and Robert L. Lightcap.
Clayton, DE – Each year, the Clayton Fire Company awards a $1,000 scholarship to a member or a family member in memory of Linda Lightcap. Linda was an active member of the ladies auxiliary and died suddenly several years ago. The scholarship was named in her memory.
Linda was the wife of Past President Robert L. Lightcap and the mother of Past Chief Robert J. Lightcap. Her daughter, Sharon, is a member of the ladies auxiliary. This year’s winner, Karley Womax, was presented with her $1,000 scholarship by chairperson Leslie Pope and Robert L. Lightcap. Karley is the daughter of Kristy and Paul Womax of Clayton. Karley’s mom is an associate member of the company and her brother Ryan is an active firefighter.
Karley will be attending Delaware Tech Terry Campus SEED program, majoring in Elementary Education.
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