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Eric A. DeLuca '03

Amy (Wald) St. Pierre '03

Carl J. Miserendino III '03

Scott Joseph Fleming '04

Jordan  R. Litterilla '04

John D. Marotta II '04

Kellie (Anderson) Beyer '05

Devon Nicole McKniff '07    

Mary Katherine (Kate) Mullin '07

Anthony L. Fortuna '08

Anthony B. Massaro '11

Michael Keller Zibilich '11

Andrew M. Anello '14

Valerie E. Lentz '14

Maxwell R. Gruver '17 

Harrison G. King '19

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The following Scholarships Funds have been established in honor of a few of our departed alumni by their loving families.

Please click HERE should you wish to make a contribution to any of the Scholarship Funds listed below. 


THE DEVON McKNIFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was endowed by family and friends of Devon McKniff, who died in an automobile accident during her senior year in December, 2006. Devon’s two great loves were visual art and Spanish. Indeed, her favorite courses were AP Studio Art and AP Spanish Language. This scholarship is awarded to two students who, like Devon, have a love of the arts.

1ST LIEUTENANT SCOTT JOSEPH FLEMING MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established by the family and friends of 1st Lieutenant Scott Joseph Fleming, Class of 2004. Scott was killed on September 17, 2010 in Afghanistan during combat operations, while providing security for the Afghan people during their Parliamentary elections. While a student at Blessed Trinity, Scott was Co-captain of the 2003-04 varsity boys basketball team. That season, Scott was the leading scorer and led the team to the first state playoff appearance in the program's history. He is currently the fifth all-time leading scorer in the program. After graduating from BT, Scott attended LaGrange College where he also played basketball. Following graduation from college, Scott joined the Marines and faithfully served his country.

MAX GRUVER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is Sponsored by the family of Max Gruver, in memory of their son, Max, a member of the Blessed Trinity Catholic High School class of 2017, who died during his freshman year at Louisiana State University.  Max, with his big smile and even bigger hug...truly a gentle giant with a sweet soul, was friends to all without exception, as his easy going and laid back personality made everyone feel included and special.  He is remembered for being an advocate for all people and being their biggest cheerleader.  He was kind to all and a true friend.  Max was also known for his passion for sports and journalism.  He could talk your ear off about any sport and all the statistics that went with it, and his writing conveyed that love and passion.  Max knew that God loved him and his faith was evident to all that knew Max.  This scholarship, in loving memory of Max, is awarded to a student who shares Max’s love of sports and journalism. ​