This year, LMCA awarded $1,500 to two high school students, based on the course of study, the desire for higher education and need. They are both commended for their academic achievements, extra-curricular activities, and determination.
Meet The Winners !
Stacy Alexa Maldonado
Stacy, graduated from United High School with a 4.5 GPA. She is continuing her education at St. Edwards University in the fall of 2020, majoring in Biology with a minor in Business.
Lyndon Lloyd Joseph
Lydon, graduated from John B. Alexander High School with a 4.17 GPA. He is continuing his education at the University of Texas in San Antonio, in the fall of 2020. He will be majoring in Music with a minor in Business.
The LMCA Foundation was established in 2019 to fund education and research projects for the Laredo trucking industry. The mission of this is to work with LMCA member companies to fund educational and community service programs to enhance the understanding of and image of the Laredo trucking industry, with the ultimate goal of positioning trucking as the most vital and necessary industry in Laredo.
Again, Congratulations to the both of you!