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Scholarships Available

Presented at the Annual Dinner:

Larry F. Mungiole Scholarship

Click HERE for application. 

This scholarship will be awarded in the memory of  a long-time supporter of  the Club whose vast network of friends and associates clearly highlighted why our industry is so important to industry in the Delaware Valley and beyond.  Many Club members will always remember his cheery disposition and ready willingness to always help a friend.   This $1500 scholarship award will also be given to a good student who believes in hard work and a commitment to 'give-back' to his community and associates.  Larry would want it no other way.  The same qualifications as above apply.  

The Dick Bray Memorial Scholarship

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The Dick Bray Memorial Scholarship.   This scholarship also honors another long-time supporter of the Club.   As a member of the local freight community for over 50 years,  Dick amassed a large community of friends on both sides of  table here in the Delaware Valley.  His commitment to honesty and a hard days work contributed to many long-time customers staying with him even as markets continue to evolve. The $1500 scholarship is to be awarded to a college student committed to the ideals of this country who recognizes the same principles Dick applied each and every day - involved, committed, knowledgeable, honest and sincere.  

Presented at Industry Night

The Traffic Club of Philadelphia Scholarship

Contact for more information.

Presented at the National Transportation Week Lunch:

William J. Tucker Scholarship:

Click HERE for the application. Presented at the National Transportation Week Lunch.

$1,500 scholarship.

This $1,500 scholarship is awarded annually in recognition of Bill Tucker, whose drive and passion for his company (Tucker Company Worldwide) and the industry made a huge impact.  Bill is a visionary who founded the TIA, co-founded the CTB program, and is a legend to all who participated in the deregulation movement. Bill truly is an advocate of the freight brokerage industry. This scholarship is to be awarded to a college student who exhibits the same drive and passion as Bill and is working toward making a positive impact on society.  

Traffic Club of Philadelphia
P.O. Box 187
Montgomeryville, PA 18936

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