Pooh Lockwood P’89 joins the Challenge

“Trinity-Pawling is the most important non-profit that I support, particularly in memory of my son, Billy Cartier ’89, in whose memory we established a scholarship fund. Flip Suarez ’03, the first recipient, graduated from college, worked in Boston for five years, and recently married and moved to Saratoga Springs where he is employed by a chemical company in software development. Trinity-Pawling launched Flip on a path of becoming the first member of his family to graduate from college and finding success in both his personal and professional life.”

Pooh Lockwood P’89 with Flip Suarez ’03

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