Littleton High School Students receive Scholarships from Littleton Coin

LHS Students receive Scholarships from Littleton Coin

Stan Fillion of Littleton Coin presents academic scholarships to LHS seniors: Yu Chun Cheng, Aleigha Langtange, Nicolas Walsh and Grace Cote

– Littleton, NH – To support the academic and community service achievements of Littleton's top students, Littleton Coin Company and the Fannie Sundman Memorial Scholarship Committee awarded six outstanding graduates with scholarships totaling $25,000. "These students have demonstrated academic excellence and community commitment throughout their high school years. We're thrilled to support them in their future pursuits," said Littleton Coin Company Controller, Stan Fillion, as he presented four of the awards June 4th at Littleton High School's Class Night Awards Ceremony.

The 2015 academic scholarships went to LHS students with the highest grade point averages: Valedictorian, Grace Cote, who will attend the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio and study Humanities and Catholic culture; Salutatorian, Nicholas Walsh, who will attend Temple University in Philadelphia to study criminal justice; and sharing third highest honors, Yu Chun "Alex" Cheng and Aleigha Langtange. Alex will attend Penn State for aerospace engineering while Aleigha will attend Thomas College in Waterville, ME to study forensic psychology.

At the event, Charron Sundman also presented the Fannie Sundman Memorial Scholarships named after Littleton Coin Company's co-founder. These awards focus on exemplary character, integrity and a commitment to community. Recipient Gavin Cook, LHS captain of the soccer, basketball and baseball teams, completed 270 community service hours. He will be attending St. Leo University for psychology and business. Nealy Mason, a field hockey all-star and volunteer for children's programs who logged over 127 hours of service to the community, also received an award. She'll be attending the University of New Hampshire to study communication sciences and disorders.

Littleton Coin Company is proud of these students and their accomplishments. Committed to the local community, the company currently employs over 325 area residents. For more information about Littleton Coin Company visit