Six Local Students Receive In College Scholarships From Site Improvement Association


The SITE Improvement Association has awarded a total of $15,000 in scholarships to six deserving St. Louis area students to further their education in college or technical schools in 2019.  High school seniors and college students with a parent employed by one of the 200 SITE member companies are eligible for the $2,500 scholarships, which are based on students’ academic achievements, involvement in the community and financial need. Nearly $300,000 in scholarships has been awarded to 145 students since SITE began awarding scholarships 19 years ago, making it one of the largest and longest continuously running scholarship programs in the local construction industry.

SITE scholarships are made possible through voluntary contributions from SITE member companies and from the SITE Advancement Foundation.

“Through the years, SITE’s membership has been extremely supportive of high school and college students seeking to further their education,” said Terry Briggs, Executive Director of SITE.  “We want to see these students be successful in whatever field they choose to pursue.”

The 2019 SITE college scholarship recipients include:

Morgan Bova, a senior at Troy Buchanan High School planning to attend McKendree University to study nursing. She is sponsored by Millstone Weber, LLC;

Hannah Breitenstein, a senior at Oakville High School planning to study physics at Truman State University.  She is sponsored by Retaining Wall Solutions, Inc.;

Amy Heffernan, a junior from Barnhart, Mo., studying psychology and deaf studies at Maryville University.  Sponsored by R. V. Wagner, Inc., Amy received a SITE college scholarship last year;

Lily Horstmeyer, a freshman at Southeast Missouri State University from Trenton, Ill.  She is sponsored by Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard P.C.;

Eva Randazzo, a freshman from Innsbrook, Mo., majoring in forensic science at Columbia College.  Sponsored by Bobcat of St. Louis, Eva received a SITE college scholarship last year; and

Macy Sample, a senior at Jefferson High School planning to study business at the University of Kansas.  She is sponsored by J. M. Marschuetz Construction Co.

SITE is an independent construction contractor group representing more than 200 contractors and businesses primarily in the concrete, earthmoving, landscaping, asphalt paving, highway/bridge, sewer/utility and specialty construction segments. For more information, visit

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