CSF President Honored By Tri-County Scholarship Fund

This fall, Tri-County Scholarship Fund, a CSF partner program offering private school scholarships to low-income children in Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties in New Jersey, honored both J. Peter Simon and CSF President Darla Romfo at its annual dinner. More than 600 people came out to support the honorees and the scholarship recipients the Fund assists.

At the Nov. 19th Tri-County Scholarship Fund Annual Awards Dinner: Tri-County Executive Director Gregory Floyd; J. Peter Simon, Hall of Fame honoree, and Timothy I. Duffy, Tri-County Chairman.

At the Nov. 19th Tri-County Scholarship Fund Annual Awards Dinner: Tri-County Executive Director Gregory Floyd; J. Peter Simon, Hall of Fame honoree, and Timothy I. Duffy, Tri-County Chairman.

Mr. Simon, co-chairman of W.E. Simon and Sons and the William E. Simon Foundation, praised Tri-County’s work as he accepted its Hall of Fame award, noting, “In this past year, every Tri-County senior graduated from high school and 99% of them went on to college. A high school education is a game-changer in people’s life pattern for earnings.”

Timothy I. Duffy, Chairman of Tri-County Scholarship Fund, presents the Making a Difference Award to CSF President Darla Romfo.

Timothy I. Duffy, Chairman of Tri-County Scholarship Fund, presents the Making a Difference Award to CSF President Darla Romfo.

Originally, the awards dinner was planned for October 29th, but following Hurricane Sandy the dinner was rescheduled for November 19th. Due to the schedule change, Ms. Romfo was unable to attend the dinner, and Tri-County Scholarship Fund presented her with its Making a Difference Award at a dinner in Manhattan.

To find out more about Tri-County Scholarship Fund and the children it helps, please visit www.tcsfund.org.

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