Holt Logistics Awards Scholarships to Four Gloucester City Students

Students will each receive a $500 scholarship to attend Military and Naval Academies  

Representatives from Holt Logistics, West Point Military Academy and Gloucester City Mayor pose with four scholarship recipients from Gloucester City.  From left: Mayor Bill James, Stephan Murphy, West Point Society of Philadelphia, students Brett Kraft, Devin McCall, Nicholas Marks and Brandon Wethman, Leo Holt, President of Holt Logistics, and Ed Postell, West Point Society of Philadelphia.

Representatives from Holt Logistics, West Point Military Academy and Gloucester City Mayor pose with four scholarship recipients from Gloucester City. From left: Mayor Bill James, Stephan Murphy, West Point Society of Philadelphia, students Brett Kraft, Devin McCall, Nicholas Marks and Brandon Wethman, Leo Holt, President of Holt Logistics, and Ed Postell, West Point Society of Philadelphia.

GLOUCESTER, N.J. (June 21, 2013) – Leadership and military veterans from Holt Logistics Corp, as well as Gloucester City Mayor William James and city officials, gathered today to present four graduating seniors from Gloucester City with $500 scholarships each to be used for their matriculation to the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Academy in Annapolis in the fall.  Three of the students, Nicholas Marks, Brandon Wethman and Devin McCall, are graduates of Gloucester Catholic High School and represent the first time in Gloucester Catholic history that three seniors were simultaneously accepted into the prestigious military academy in West Point, NY.  The fourth scholarship recipient, Brett Kraft, is a graduating senior at Gloucester City High School and will be matriculating to the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.  Here is a summary of coverage from the event:

South Jersey Courier Post

The Maritime Executive

Asbury Park Press

West Depford Patch