NCI Student receives John T. Baugh “Aviation Excellence scholarship”
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Clarksville, TN. – Anthony Maxwell a current student at North Central Institute “School of Aviation Maintenance” student has been awarded the John T. Baugh Aviation Excellence Scholarship. The announcement was made by Scholarship Administrator, Bob Minter, who is also Chairman of the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame and Southeast Regional Representative for the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association. The scholarship fund is hosted by the Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville.

About John T. Baugh from the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame website: www.tennesseeaviation.net

 

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John T. Baugh, Jr.

AVIATION EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP
The John T. Baugh, Jr. Scholarship for Aviation Excellence was established in December 2002. The fund was initiated by John T. Baugh III, Vice President of Centurion Stone, Inc. of Nashville, who also provided start-up funding. Mr. Baugh established the scholarship to honor his father, a native Nashvillian, prominent Nashville businessman and aviator. John T. Baugh Jr. was inducted into the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame in 2004. John T. Baugh, Jr. is Founder and Chairman of Centurion Products, Inc. He is a life-member of the Experimental Aircraft Association and served as a Board Member of EAA for 24 years. Mr. Baugh has also served five terms as President and Commanding Officer of Warbirds of America and as a Board Member of that organization for 22 years. John Baugh was a member of the Tennessee Aeronautics Commission for many years and served as the Commission’s Chairman during that time. He is an active pilot that has qualified to fly 115 different types of aircraft that include historic Warbirds: the B-17, B-25, P-51, P-47, T-28, T-34 and many others.
The Aviation Excellence Scholarship committee will award an annual scholarship to a deserving student pursuing a degree program specific to aviation. For more information contact Bob Minter at info@tnaviationhof.org.

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