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Rosa Jeanette Richmond-Blevins

                                         A devoted mother of three children and the wife to Ronald C Blevins for 17yrs, Mrs.                                                     Blevins was dedicated to providing a safe environment, in which her children could                                                     succeed. Education and learning was very important to her. She enjoyed reading and                                                 researching topics of interest at the library. In addition to a love of learning,

                                         Mrs. Blevins believed in giving back to the community. She served on the neighbor

                                         watch, volunteered at the soup kitchen and worked with other moms in mothers against                                             drunk driving (M.A.D.D). 

Mrs. Blevins instilled a value for learning in her children, she wanted to make sure that they received a quality education and were prepared for the opportunities that were presented to them. In order for her children to play organized sports, she required them to maintain an above average grade point, to be well behaved in the classroom and to actively serve and contribute to their community. 

In honor of my mother and the values she instilled in me, this scholarship is my way of paying it forward and assisting youth in reaching their education goals. 

2021 Rosa J Scholarship Recipient 

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Tyson T Humphries Jr

High School                      : Canton High School

Grade Point Average       : 3.5

Varsity Team                      : Swim

College Attending           : Michigan State University

Major                                 : Chemistry

Minor                                 : Mathematics

Tyson Humphries Jr is a senior at Canton High School in Canton, Michigan. Tyson is a scholar-athlete, he made the honor roll four years in a row. Tyson was also named most improved athlete on his varsity swim team in 2019. In addition to his academic and athletic achievements, Tyson is involved in the community. He was a member of the Kappa League and received the Leader of the year award. Tyson also earned several other academic awards for his achievements. His extracurricular activities include varsity swim, Kappa Alpha Psi Youth Program, Midnight Golf Program, serving as an usher at Triumph Church and serving his local community. Tyson will be attending Michigan State University in the fall and is considering majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics.


Recipients of Rosa J Scholarship, are selected based on their standardized test scores, academic achievements, high school and community leadership and strong communication skills. The scholarship was established and funded by Ron and Keisha Blevins.

2022 Rosa J Scholarship Recipient 

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