Littleton Coin Company Announces 2018 Scholarship Recipients

2018 Rena Hood and Bart McKinney Scholarship winners and their parents. Cindy LaFlam & Jacqueline LaFlam, LCC Chief Financial Officer John Hennessey, Cole Rentz, Elaine & Chris Rentz.

– Littleton, NH – To support the academic and community service achievements of the area's top students and the children of our employee-owners, Littleton Coin Company and the Fannie Sundman Memorial Scholarship Committee recently awarded seven scholarships totaling more than $25,000.

At a ceremony at the Company Headquarters on June 6, John Hennessey, Chief Financial Officer of Littleton Coin, presented the Hood/McKinney scholarships, which were established in 1986 to honor Rena Hood and Bart McKinney, two long-time employees who were dedicated to education and community service. These $2,000 scholarships are awarded annually to students who are children of employees. This year's recipients were Jacqueline LaFlam, daughter of Cindy LaFlam and the late Ron LaFlam of Whitefield, and Cole Rentz, son of Elaine and Chris Rentz of Lunenburg, Vermont. Jacqueline will continue her studies at the University of Maine-Farmington, where she will study Business Economics. Cole will attend the Savanna College of Art and Design, where he will study Art, Film & Television.

At Littleton High School's Class Night on June 7, company Director Jackie Fulford presented academic scholarships to the three top ranking students of the Class of 2018. Valedictorian Benjamin Sweeney will study Applied Mathematics at the University of Vermont; Ben is the son of Erin and Sean Sweeney. Emily Daine, the class Salutatorian, is the daughter of Jessica and Scott Daine. She will study Accounting at Husson University and plans to become a Certified Public Accountant. Ranking third in the Class of 2018 is Stephen Cote, the son of Anne-Marie and Dennis Cote (also a Littleton Coin staffer). Stephen has enrolled at the University of New Hampshire, where he will study Business Management and Entrepreneurial Studies.

Also at Class Night on June 7, Milton Bratz presented two scholarships given in memory of Fannie Sundman, Littleton Coin Company's co-founder. These awards focus on exemplary character, integrity and a commitment to community service. Susan Aubin, daughter of Melinda and David Aubin, will continue her education at the University of New Hampshire. Jillian Horner, daughter of Kristin and Aaron Roberts and Kevin Horner, will attend Vermont Technical College and plans to become a Registered Dental Hygienist.

Littleton Coin appreciates the efforts of these outstanding students and wishes them all the best in their future studies. For more information about employee-owned Littleton Coin Company, visit