ROTC Cadets Recognized During Spring 2014 Awards Ceremony

March 28, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

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The Niagara University ROTC program held its annual spring awards ceremony at the Castellani Art Museum on Thursday, March 27, 2014.

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Congratulations to the following cadets:

Niagara County American Legion Auxiliary Award:

  • Erica Crane

Tonawanda American Legion Auxiliary Unit 264 Award:

  • Caleb Chin

Stephen Sikora American Legion Auxiliary Post 1322 Award:

  • Mitchell Willie

Frederick F. Cadille American Legion Post 1664 Award (in memory of Carol Horven):

  • Christian Beaucage

B. Leo Dolan Post 410 Award:

  • Tyler O’Neil

Middleport American Legion Post 938 Award:

  • Andrew Kurtzhalts

American Legion Post 1083 Award:

  • Kit Burdick

John J. Welch Post 381 Award:

  • Ethan Froelich, Edmond Moloney, Ryan Sheehan and Charles Streb

Portage Post 1465 Award:

  • Matthew Stevens

LaSalle Post 1142 Award:

  • Tony Evans

Stephen Sikora Post 1322 Award:

  • William Olszewski and Andrew Spacher

Niagara County Committee Department Award:

  • Christian Henderson and Jeffrey Wojtkowski

American Legion Scholastic Medal:

  • Christian Beaucage

American Legion Scholastic Medal:

  • Mitchell Willie

American Legion Gold Military Medal:

  • Caleb Chin

Lynda A. Pixley Award:

  • Hillary Marshall

USAA Spirit Award:

  • Hillary Marshall

SSG Mark A. Stets Jr. Memorial Award:

  • Ethan Froelich

Military Officer’s Association of America Leadership Award:

  • Matthew Cobb

LTC Terrence K. Crowe Memorial Scholarship:

  • Charles Streb

Distinguished military graduates of the class of 2014:

  • Christian Beaucage
  • Kit Burdick
  • Ethan Froelich
  • Edmond Moloney
  • William Olszewski
  • Mitchell Willie

The following cadets have been ranked by the Niagara University cadre as the top cadets in their military science classes:

  • MSI: Kathleen Malloy
  • MSII: Zachary Nutter
  • MSIII: Matthew Cobb
  • MSIV: Kit Burdick

The Superior Cadet Award is given to one cadet from each class who lives the Army values every day, and exemplifies all of the positive attributes that are applicable to an Army officer:

  • MSI: Zachary Cunningham
  • MSII: Tyler Martin
  • MSIII: Jared Persons
  • MSIV: Edmond Moloney

To learn more about the Niagara University ROTC program, please visit http://purple.niagara.edu/rotc.