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EDSF's Hal Morrow Scholarship New Donation Matching Program

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

HURST, Texas U.S.A -- The Hal Morrow Memorial Scholarship, established by OutputLinks and managed by EDSF, has a new donation-matching partner. Now through April, 30, contributions to the scholarship will be matched dollar-for-dollar by Insight Forums. The scholarship honors document industry veteran Hal Morrow, the former chief marketing officer of GMC Software Technology, who passed away in August after a long fight with cancer. EDSF is the international, non-profit organization dedicated to the document management and graphic communications industries.

The $1,500 EDSF scholarship will be awarded each year to a student attending Hope College in Holland, Mich., Hal Morrow’s alma mater. Special consideration will be given to students seeking degrees in marketing and/or journalism, with the expectation that they will seek a career in the document management or graphic communications industries.

Mr. Morrow was a loving husband to his wife Wendy and proud father of Sarah and Geoffrey. He was a highly respected man who made an impact on numerous companies and people in the document output community. He had been with GMC Software since March, 2003, where he was instrumental in helping grow the company’s global presence. Prior to GMC, Mr. Morrow had been involved in output technology since the mid 1970s, having worked with NEPS and then later with Art Plus Technology. A native of New York who served with the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War, he held a bachelor’s degree from Hope College in Michigan and master’s degree in English literature from the University of Illinois.
To contribute to the Hal Morrow Memorial Scholarship, established by OutputLinks and administered by EDSF, or to enquire about the scholarship, contact Brenda Kai at 817-849-1145 or via e-mail at brenda.kai@edsf.org.

 

 

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