The Uniontown High School Class of 1959 has created a scholarship program that will award money to a deserving UHS graduate to facilitate their securing additional education and training beyond high school.

Originally conceived in 1994, the Class of 1959 has used The Pittsburgh Foundation to manage the funds that have been donated to the scholarship program. The committee that helped form the scholarship program includes: J. C. Ball, Peter Gabriel, Miles Cohen, Bob Ostrosky, & Will Settle

We are hopeful that other UHS classes will launch similar programs or choose to participate in the Program we've formed. Either way, we will be encouraging donations from UHS graduates of any and all classes to help provide financial assistance to worthy students. 2006 2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Following is a listing of donors from the UHS Class of 1959. We will update this list periodically to reflect new donations.

Maroon (Up to $100)
Harry Blake
Barry Holchin
Judy Kirk Christ
Bernie & Martha (Washnock) Piszczor
Chloe Sickles Long
Connie Spalek
Nancy Swartz
Ann Sauers Taylor
Dale Williams
Donna Carbonara Chico
White ($101-$250)
Vickie Adinolfi Keefer ('58)
Alfred L. Brodhag (coach)
Murray Bryan
Mary Ann Capriotti Stone
Bonnie Herniman Yowler
Mike Samuels
Bob Sonoga
Bronze ($251-$500)
Ruthie Friend Mochel
Cathy Pindrock Stanik
Penny Power Gessner
Bonnie Roderick Stevens
Judy Weiner Wasserlauf
Kitty Laughton Rittenhouse
Silver ($501-$1000)

Vilma Chaikcic Shumaker
Pete Gabriel
Bill Mosser
Bob Ostrosky

Gold ($1001-$5000)
84 Lumber Co.
Sam Beckett
Joe Hrezo
Carma Jean Elardo Lloyd ('60)
Larry Roberts
Platinum ($5001-$15000)

Tony Adinolfi
J.C Ball
Dave Balling
Miles Cohen
Ken Glozer
Clark Martin

Your donations should be made out to:
Class of 1959 Uniontown High School Scholarship Fund

And be mailed to:
The Pittsburgh Foundation
Five PPG Place, Suite 250
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222-5414

Thank you for your participation; we will have a chance to "give something back" to a great school and help deserving students make their way in the world.