Thomas Burkhart Scholarship

Thomas (Tom) D. Burkhart was born in Gladwin, Michigan, son of the late Gwen and Orval Burkhart. He attended Gladwin High School, Central Michigan University and University of Detroit Law School. He was admitted to the Michigan Bar as an attorney on July 10, 1979 and to the Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit on December 11, 1981. He was a law clerk in the Court of Appeals and practiced law with the firms of Burns & Burkhart; Burkhart, Tiderington & Loeffler; and Burkhart, Tiderington, McLeod & Picard. Tom found practicing law his true passion in life. Eligibility:-Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA-High school senior-Pursuing an undergraduate degree in law, paralegal, or music at any Michigan college-Resident of Saginaw County-Full-time enrollment For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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