Four Students Awarded the Zemma Roy Campbell Memorial Scholarship
In the picture standing from left to right: Bridget Winters, Anjelica Theall (NVHS), Diamond Brailey (AHS), Roderick Campbell, Nia Cole (AHS), Sydney Richardelle (EHS) and Ena Darby.
The children of Zemma Roy Campbell are honored to announce the scholarship recipients from the graduating class of 2014. Winning a $500.00 scholarship are Abbeville High’s Nia Alexandra Cole and Diamond Tramaine Brailey, Erath High’s Sydney Marie Kay Richardelle and North Vermilion’s Anjelica Michelle Theall.
This is the second year the scholarship is being presented to graduating seniors as they make plans to further their education. Nia is the granddaughter of Mrs. Zemma. Her parents are Gwen and Anthony Cole. She plans on attending McNeese State University and major in nursing. Diamond is the daughter of Angela Mouton and Ralph Brailey. She plans on attending the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and major in biology. Anjelica plans to pursue a nursing degree, also at ULL. Her parents are Angelina and Lovelace Theall, III. Sydney’s proud parents are Lisa and Darryl Richardelle. This fall she will attend Nicholls State University and major in culinary arts.
Mrs. Zemma taught for 34 years in the Vermilion Parish School System. She worked at Kaplan Elementary, Eaton Park Elementary and JH Williams Middle School. Her children honor her memory and dedication to education through this scholarship. Zemma’s children are Bridget Winters who lives in Maurice, Agatha Leonard who lives in Pittsburgh, Gwen Cole and Ena Darby who live in Abbeville and Roderick Campbell who lives in Youngsville.