The Class of 2012 includes three members from Inglemoor High School — Jack Grant, AJ Morrow, and Mat Gastineau. Each is a star in his own right in the undergraduate chapter, and the Pig Dinner saw Jack Grant on stage to accept the Aaron Schulte Memorial Scholarship.
Jack played varsity baseball in high school and he was active in DECA (a marketing club). He’s held several positions in Sigma Tau — House Manager summer of 2010, Scholarship Chair – Winter ’11, Social Chair Winter of ’10 among his positions. He was a Freshman Direct admit into the School of Business where he is a Finance Major. If you frequent Delfino’s Pizzeria this Fall you will likely find him waiting on your table, or if you deal with the Accounting Department at Ewing and Clark Real Estate you will find him interning there.
The Aaron Schulte Memorial Scholarship is specifically to support an academic study abroad experience. Jack’s experience is through the CHID (Comparative History of Ideas) in Prague, Czech Republic.
The Aaron Schulte Memorial Foundation was created to honor the life of Aaron Schulte ’03.
Aaron attended the University of Washington, where he graduated in 2003. While at the university, he joined the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity or “Fiji” house. During his junior year, he studied in Florence, Italy and was able to travel extensively in Europe. Following graduation, Aaron lived and worked in Tacoma, Washington, where he was a pharmaceutical research coordinator for Northwest Kinetics. Aaron passed away on April 2, 2007 after a courageous, year long battle with colon cancer. More information on Aaron and contributing to the Memorial Foundation can be found at http://www.aaronschulte.org/
Aaron’s passion for international travel exemplified his desire to live life to its fullest.
Through an annual study abroad scholarship at the University of Washington, the Foundation encourages and supports those students who have a similar passion for life. More info in our June blog post.
Jack Grant ’12