Duggan’s Serra Mortuary in Daly City presented their 12th Annual Bud & Madeline Duggan Kindness Scholarship Awards to deserving 8th grade graduating student who exemplify kindness to students and teachers alike. Students received a scholarship, a sweatshirt to their new high school and four tickets to a Giant’s Game on June 11th where all the winners and their families celebrated.
Dan Duggan explained: “Kindness is an important part of our ministry, a gift in our everyday association with the families we serve.” Bill Duggan expressed “Through this scholarship, we hope to recognize students who have been consistently kind to others.”
Five kindness scholarships were presented at the following grammar schools: Holy Angels, Colma to Jonathan De La Cruz who will be attending Archbishop Riordan; Good Shepherd, Pacifica to Madeleine Ambrose who will be attending Sacred Heart Cathedral; Our Lady of Mercy, Daly City to Miguel Angala who will be attending St. Ignatius College Preparatory; Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Daly City to Alia Nunez who will be attending Immaculate Conception Academy and St. Veronica School, South San Francisco to Michael Kay will be attending Archbishop Riordan High School, joining his older brother, Dylan.
Catholic San Francisco Newspaper http://www.catholic-sf.org/files/digital_paper_201407155718.pdf (see page 4): “On the Street Where You Live” by Tom Burke. “Good Kids” (L-R) The Kay family: Dad, Trevor; Scholarship winner, Michael; brother Dylan & mom Raquel (St Veronica alumni & current kindergarten aide)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Daly City – Summer Newsletter, Page 7: Our Lady of Perpetual Help School – The Bud and Madeline Duggan Kindness Award. Presentor, Dan Duggan, far right, from Duggan’s Serra Mortuary, presented the annual Kindness Award to Alia Nunez (center). The award includes a $400 scholarship, an ICA sweatshirt and Giant’s tickets for Alia and her parents (Michelle Corea ’77 and Ruben) pictured with Pastor Fr. Augusto Villote.
(Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Daly City link: http://www.olphdc.org/)