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2023 First Commonwealth Bank Awards Scholarships

Indiana, PA (May 24, 2023) – First Commonwealth Bank is pleased to announce that the following local high school seniors were selected to receive the $1,000 First Commonwealth Bank Scholarship:

Hailey Akey
Olentangy Berlin High School

Kathryn Botti
Norwin High School

Miles Brooks
Penns Valley Area Jr./Sr. High School

Liberty Cooper
Mt. Lebanon High School

Taylor Eannace 
West Allegheny Senior High School

Abygail Floyd
Rockwood Area High School

Korina Goldsmith
Hempfield Area High School

Maddy Golier
Brookville Area Jr./Sr. High School

Ryan Hause
Danville Area High School

Helaina Herbulock
Burrell High School

Abigail Hutchinson
Baldwin High School

Julia Jastrzebski
Burgettstown Area High School

Ethan Kaminsky
Richland High School

Cooper Krieg
Geneva High School

Sydney Langerholc
Richland High School

Sienna Lehner
Belle Vernon Area High School

Madylin McCommons
Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School

Amanda McFaden
Franklin Regional High School

Kathryn Mi
North Allegheny Senior High School

Siddhant Moore
Olentangy Liberty High School

Abigail Noah
Beaver Area High School

Conner Pellington
Olentangy Orange High School

Amelia Pinsky
Loyalsock Township High School

Breanna Porter
Jersey Shore Area Senior High School

Chloe Reed
North Allegheny Senior High School

Jasmine Schuchert
Massillon Washington High School

Haden Scott
GlenOak High School

Ira Sickles
Blacklick Valley Jr./Sr. High School

Megan Sideri
Olentangy High School

Grady Smith
Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School

Austin Smith
Loveland High School

Alexandra Solomon
Fox Chapel Area High School

Madelynn Spicuzza
Twinsburg High School

Keirsten Swope
Louisville High School

Anna Tedford
Pickerington North High School

Anh Thi Thai
Hilliard Bradley High School

Makenna Torrens
Montour High School

Elyssa Marie Venard
Saint Ursula Academy

Daniel Waltermire
Marion Center Jr./Sr. High School

Ashley Winnor
Greensburg Central Catholic High School

Michelle Zheng
Richland High School

First Commonwealth’s mission is to improve the financial lives of its neighbors and their businesses. To align with the bank’s mission, candidates were asked to share an essay that illustrated their commitment to academics while improving and servicing their community.

In 2023, a total of 41 awards were presented to students in Pennsylvania and Ohio communities that First Commonwealth serves. Since 2009, First Commonwealth has donated more than $400,000 via scholarships to the education of youth in their area.


About First Commonwealth Financial Corporation

First Commonwealth Financial Corporation (NYSE: FCF), headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania, is a financial services company with 126 community banking offices in 30 counties throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as business banking centers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. The company also operates mortgage offices in Wexford, Pennsylvania, as well as Hudson and Lewis Center, Ohio. First Commonwealth provides a full range of commercial banking, consumer banking, mortgage, wealth management and insurance products and services through its subsidiaries First Commonwealth Bank and First Commonwealth Insurance Agency. For more information about First Commonwealth or to open an account today, please visit www.fcbanking.com.

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