New Scholarship Endowment Established at Reinhardt

James M. Boring, Jr. and Syble E. Boring Scholarship Endowment Established at Reinhardt University

Reinhardt University recently received a generous donation from the trust of Mr. James E. Boring, Jr. and Syble E. Boring, who were devoted supporters of the college. The contribution of more than $200,000 will allow the University to establish the James M. Boring, Jr. and Syble E. Boring Scholarship Endowment.

“It was my privilege to know and visit Mr. and Mrs.Boring on many occasions, and I have fond memories of both.” said JoEllen Wilson, Reinhardt vice president for advancement. “They appreciated what Reinhardt means to our students and alumni, as evidenced by the gift for scholarships.”

Income from the endowment will provide scholarship assistance to students according to financial need and those with good academic records. Priority will be given to students in Whitfield County, Georgia.

Mr. Boring’s Background

Mr. Boring was an active member of Reinhardt’s Board of Trustees from 1989-2001, and an emeritus member from 2001 until his passing in 2008. Named for the couple, Reinhardt’s Jim and Syble Boring Sports Complex includes the Ken White Baseball and Softball fields, as well as the Ken White Soccer and Lacrosse Fields. Mr. Boring was the co-owner, with his brother, Ken, of Boring and Boring, and was the president of Dalton Rock Products and Dalton Asphalt for 30 years before his retirement. He and his wife were residents of Dalton, Ga., where they attended the First United Methodist Church.
For more information about how you can support Reinhardt, visit www.reinhardt.edu/advancement

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