Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Angie M. Houtz Memorial Scholarship Fund rewards students attending a Maryland public University or College. The Scholarship Fund honors Angie Houtz, a victim of the September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.
Angie served the United States Navy as a civilian intelligence analyst and was a victim at the Pentagon that tragic Tuesday morning. An exceptional individual and a great contributor to the community her absence is felt by many.
Angie's sisters and her best friends created this scholarship as a tribute to her devotion to and enthusiasm for education and community service.
During her University years Angie spent many hours tutoring elementary school children and fellow college students. A recipeint of scholarships herself, Angie earned a B.A. in english with minors in sociology and writing from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1996. After graduation, she began her career working for the Navy. Angie continued her generrous community service beyond her college years and she generously delivered food and clothing to the homeless population in DC. Were Angie still with us today, she would still be helping other. Her kind and gentle spirit touced everyone who met her.
Each year the fund awards at least one $3000 scholarship to a well-deserving student who exhibits dedication to both community service and academic achievement.
The fund is supported by tax deductible donations and several fundraisers throughout the year.