Donations, bequests and life insurance proceeds to theSemancik Foundationare tax deductible. Any gift, large or small, allows us to help some very special kids who may have been impacted by life-altering circumstances. Some of these youngsters may be very capable but not able to qualify for scholarship aid due to a low grade point average. Without the extra boost you provide, they are unable to afford post high school education. Please see the scholarship section of this site for those who have been given this advantage.
The more you help us, the more kids we can reach with more resource.For information on including theSemancik Foundationin your will, life insurance policies, or other financial assets, please contact:Our legal advisor,Todd Buskirk, Buskirk Lindsay Olsen PLLC, (360-692-3838),www.buskirklaw.com
Our financial support advisor,Mike FleuryCFP, Fleury Financial Group Inc.(360-692-1777 or 1-800-877-0779),www.fleuryfinancial.comThe Chuck Semancik Memorial Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit, tax deductible organization under the provisions of the Washington Non-Profit Corporation Act (RCW24.03), Employee Identification Number (EIN) 91-2020300 and State UBI #602-007-558.Mailing information: Semancik Foundation - PO Box 2723 - Bremerton WA 98310-0351Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
TheSemancik Foundationwishes to acknowledge and thank the following families who were kind enough to have memorial donations given to our foundation. We sincerely thank everyone again who contributed to the foundation in the name of their friend or family member.
Pelluer-Witt Family-in memory ofMaria Pelluer, wife of John Pelluer, and mother of J. Arnold Pelluer, honored as 1952 Bremerton High All-American End. Maria's grandsons include Scott who played at WSU and the New Orleans Saints, and Steve, former UW, Dallas Cowboys, and Kansas Chief athlete.
Golz Family- in memory ofDoris Golzwho taught Physical Education at Coontz, Bremerton, and West High, retiring in 1979. Doris and Chuck Semancik headed the Physical Education Department at West for a number of years.
Colvin Family- in memory ofAlbert L Colvin, a Tuskegee Airman, PSNS retiree, and Bremerton City Councilman who was known as a community activist and international ambassador. The memorials for Al Colvin were so large that, in 2008, a continuing education scholarship was created in his honor for the Semancik Foundation. It is called the "Al Colvin Continuing Education Student Scholarship."
Runyan Family- in memory ofHoward Runyan, a USN veteran of WWII and Korea, and a longtime resident of Kitsap County.