Kathleen Reuss - Recipient of the Ingerson Memorial Scholarship
Kathleen Reus is another example of how your scholarship contributions radically transform lives. Kathleen is a 2nd year student in the Masters of Occupational Therapy program. After her husband of nearly 20 years sustained significant brain injury from a sudden cardiac arrest, Kathleen was inspired by the medical professionals who worked patiently to rehabilitate her husband. Unfortunately, Kathleen’s husband suffered another cardiac arrest and passed away. His passing solidified Kathleen’s decision to become an occupational therapist. Kathleen became dedicated to helping others like her late husband. To help Kathleen cover educational costs, she was awarded the 2015-2016 Ingerson Memorial Scholarship.
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