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Brian Cribb Receives Ministerial Fellowship Scholarship  

Brian Cribb was recently selected as the Okefenokee Ministerial Fellowship Scholarship recipient for 2007. The award of $500 is generously donated by the Okefenokee Ministerial Fellowship. The OTC Foundation Ministerial Fellowship fund was established in 2005 to help students with expenses related to attending Okefenokee Technical College. Mr. Cribb is a drafting student and a father of five. He and his family live in Folkston and attend Philadelphia Freewill Baptist Church, where he is a Children’s Church teacher. His wife Dana attends Okefenokee Tech, as well. She is in the cosmetology program.

According to his drafting instructor, Sharon Gillis, “Through his perseverance, Brian has earned both the Mechanical and Architectural specializations in drafting. He is now taking classes to complete the Technical Studies degree. Brian started as a night student then switched to days when his shift at King’s Bay changed. Brian is dependable, honest, and conscientious.”Brian Cribb and Cindy Tanner

“The main reason that I selected the drafting program,” states Cribb, is that it directly relates to my field of work at the Trident Refit Facility at King’s Bay. Since entering the program, I have received a promotion, and I credit my education at OTC for it.”

Cindy Tanner (right), OTC Director of Resource Development, presented Brian Cribb with his award check from the Okefenokee Ministerial Fellowship and congratulated him on his academic success and hard work.


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