Endowed Scholarships

Over the years, families and individuals have chosen to honor their loved ones by endowing a scholarship at ECC. The minimum gift to endow a scholarship is $5,000. Funds are invested so that the principal remains untouched, and only the income earned from the investment is used to provide financial support to students.

Endowed Scholarships

ACT•1 – The John & Elretha Bryant Family

Alltel Communications

Mike Alford Memorial

Berry L. Anderson Sr. Memorial

T. Wesley "Wes" Bailey Memorial

Guy E. and Alice A. Barnes Memorial

Robert E. Barnhill Sr. Memorial

Baker Mabrey Bass Jr. Memorial

Kim Bell, RHIA, Health Information Technology

Francis G. Blackwell Memorial

JoAnn Brown

Archie R. Burnette Family Memorial

Johnnena Poulos Cannon Memorial

Robert “Bob” Cole Memorial

Glen and Patricia Daughtridge

Stanley Leon Daughtridge Memorial

Edgecombe County Veterans Memorial

Emily “Mimi” Havens Edmondson Memorial

Ronald G. Ellis Jr.

Jason Ian Erich Memorial

Erich Family Endowed Scholarship

Ernest and Helen Powell Goff Memorial

Cindy Gupton Fiore Memorial

Dr. Thomas S. Fleming Memorial

Judge George M. Fountain Jr. Memorial

Nina W. Fountain Memorial

Dr. Hartwell H. Fuller Memorial

Dr. Hartwell H. Fuller Endowed Merit Scholarship

Annie Louise Gaynor Memorial

Vivian B. Godwin Memorial

Jack Havens Memorial

Dan E. Herring

Dr. Geraldine N. Jordan Memorial

Carolyn Weeks Kalamajka Memorial

Major Linwood T. Lewis Sr. Memorial

Gladys C. Matthewson Memorial

Lacey & Grace McBryde

Charles B. McIntyre Jr. Memorial

Norman T. Parker Jr.

Berry Pittman Jr. Memorial

Donald W. and M. Patricia Rupprecht

General Henry Hugh Shelton

Charles Sherrick Sr. Memorial

Vivian Patterson Smith Memorial

Carl W. Stephens Jr. Memorial

Mary T. Strickland Memorial

Tarboro Lions Club

Tarboro Student Aid Association

Fred Lewis Tolson Memorial

Vidant Edgecombe Hospital

Eddie Lee Walker Jr. Memorial

Veryl Wood Memorial

Sylvia “Red” Baker York Memorial


For more information on how to endow a scholarship, call Karen Andrus, executive director of the ECC Foundation, at (252) 823-5166 ext. 212, or email