Cameron Nohmy Memorial Scholarship

In Loving Memory Of Cameron Nohmy

Being in Cameron's presence was like standing in sunshine.  His smile, uplifting personality and thoughtfulness was a gift to all who knew him.  A scholarship has been created to honor Cameron's life, legacy and the exceptional person he was in life.  His light will continue to shine by giving others the opportunity to achieve their goals through this scholarship.

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A scholarship fund has been created to honor the life and memory of Cameron Nohmy.  Cameron’s smile, energy and sense of humor was a gift to all who came in contact with him.  Cameron’s life ended much too soon and he is missed and thought of every day by those who love him.  Currently there are 2 Massachusetts schools that his scholarship fund is benefitting, Milton High School and Essex North Agricultural and Technical School.  Our scholarship is in place to support students who are choosing to pursue training in either a trade or further technical training after high school.  Cameron didn’t pursue a college degree, but rather chose to become a member of the Laborers local 22.  He was well suited to this profession.  As a laborer, he began to learn the trade, and day by day also began to thrive as he was seen as someone who was a hard worker, responsible and someone who could be relied upon.  This scholarship is intended to support students who share a similar profile.  Please contact us if you would like further information.

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Make A Tax Deductible Donation

Make a tax deductible donation via Venmo @BethAnn-Nohmy or contact Beth Ann Nohmy at cnohmyscholarship@gmail.com

Corn Hole Tournament

A corn hole tournament will be held in Cameron Nohmy’s honor and memory and all proceeds will benefit a scholarship in his name. Cameron...

 

Upcoming Events

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    Oct 05, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Boston, 690 Adams St, Dorchester, MA 02122, USA
    A free 60-minute gentle yoga class for those impacted by suicide and/or homicide.
 

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