Marlee Estatico receives Mike McKee scholarship

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Deb McKee presents the Mike McKee Memorial Scholarship to Marlee Estatico.

  Superior High School graduate Marlee Estatico was awarded the $3,000 Mike McKee Memorial Scholarship.  Marlee is the class of 2020 Salutatorian and will be attending Pima Medical Institute to become a Certified Nursing Assistant.  

  The Mike McKee Memorial Scholarship committee was established the summer of 2019 with a goal to honor Mike’s memory with a trade school scholarship funded by a car show and donations.  The initial core committee, consisting of Doug and Jacque Fair, Bruce Wittig, Manny Guzman, Matt Mashaw and Deb McKee were joined by many other family members and friends to plan the car show now scheduled for Nov. 7, 2020.  

  The committee thanks everyone who pitched in to help make this scholarship happen.  Family and friends and local merchants donated to the scholarship fund.  Thank you all.  

George ‘Mike’ McKee
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