MAPA Announces 2020 MAPA Educational Development Scholarship Fund Recipients
MAPA is pleased to announce the recipients of MAPA’s 2020 Educational Development Scholarship
Fund have been chosen by Lansing’s Capital Region Community Foundation. MAPA provided three (3)
$1,000 scholarship awards to 3 individuals, including the 2020 Jud Morrison Memorial Achievement of
Excellence Award. MAPA congratulates these very deserving students:
Madeleine Gray, Sponsored by Ron’s Auto Parts Warehouse, Inc. located in Capac, Michigan.
Madeleine was awarded the distinguished 2020 Jud Morrison Memorial Achievement of Excellence
Award named in memory of MAPA co–founding father and past chairman of the board of directors, Justin H. Morrison. Madeleine’s academic achievements and outstanding community service record
exemplifies the high standards and commitment to excellence that Jud Morrison stood for. Madeleine
will be a Senior enrolled at Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, Michigan majoring in
Elementary Education / Integrated Science in the fall of 2020. Madeleine is the daughter of Ron and Emi
Gray of Almont, Michigan.
Austin Landon, Sponsored by CARQUEST of Cheboygan / Landon Auto Parts located in Cheboygan,
Michigan. Austin will be enrolled at Northwood University in Midland, Michigan majoring in Automotive
Aftermarket Management in the fall of 2020. Austin’s MAPA Educational Development Scholarship Fund
scholarship is in conjunction with the University of the Aftermarket Foundation who supports careers
within the automotive aftermarket industry field.
Jasmyn White, Sponsored by Auto Value Manistee located in Manistee, Michigan. Jasmyn will be a
Freshmen enrolled at West Shore Community College in Scottsville, Michigan majoring in Interior
Design in the fall of 2020. Jasmyn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry White.
The Michigan Automotive Parts Association has allied its scholarship program with the Capital Region
Community Foundation to enable MAPA’s charitable pursuits. Since the MAPA Educational
Development Scholarship Fund program began in 1991, MAPA has awarded $81,500 to 87 students. A
gift to the MAPA Educational Development Scholarship Fund is an excellent way to honor or
memorialize a friend or relative. To contribute to the Association’s scholarship fund, contact Debbie
Cook at 800.678.6272 or email@example.com or visit http://www.mapaonline.org.
The Michigan Automotive Parts Association is a non–profit state trade association representing
independently owned automotive parts stores, warehouse distributors, service repair facilities,
remanufacturers, manufacturers, affiliate and associate members within Michigan’s automotive aftermarket industry. MAPA’s mission is to provide its members with business and educational information
relative to the sale of automotive replacement parts, promote the automotive parts industry, provide
legislative and regulatory advocacy and to enable group purchasing of member service programs.
Founded in 1953 by three independent Michigan jobbers, MAPA represents 400 automotive aftermarket
industry businesses in Michigan.