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Krapf awards $25,000 in educational scholarships

Posted on June 19, 2013

Lauren Ahern, who attends Downingtown High School West in Downingtown, Pa., was one of this year’s recipients of Krapf Bus Companies’ educational scholarships. She’s pictured with company Owner and Chairman Dale Krapf.
Lauren Ahern, who attends Downingtown High School West in Downingtown, Pa., was one of this year’s recipients of Krapf Bus Companies’ educational scholarships. She’s pictured with company Owner and Chairman Dale Krapf.
WEST CHESTER, Pa. — The Krapf Bus Companies has selected the 2013 recipients of educational scholarships, continuing a 22-year tradition.

Every year, the company offers a scholarship to a deserving senior at each of the high schools for which the company provides student transportation.

Nearly $25,000 is awarded annually to students in Pennsylvania and Virginia.  

This year, Lauren Ahern, who attends Downingtown (Pa.) High School West, was one of the recipients.

Krapf Bus Companies was established in 1942 and has been providing pupil transportation to the Downingtown Area School District continuously since it was founded.

In SBF’s forthcoming July issue, Executive Editor Thomas McMahon talks with CEO Blake Krapf about the company’s history and its growth, among other topics.

This year, Krapf ranked No. 6 in SBF’s Top 50 Contractor Fleets. The full ranking will appear in our July issue.

Related Topics: Pennsylvania

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