Bill Shaddock and Capital Title in Orange Invest in Local Youth Scholarship Funds!

Orange, Texas native, Bill Shaddock, is proud to support the youth of his hometown by making a financial investment in their future. Capital Title invested in the 2019 scholarship fund for local graduates who are moving on to Lamar State College Orange. Both of the students who received scholarship funds towards their Spring semester were overjoyed when presented with the news.

I want you to know that the funds for these scholarship were made possible by the hard working team members in our Capital Title- Orange office serving the wonderful people in Orange County.  Not one dime of these funds came from any other part of the state. Tell everyone that you know that Orange is a great place to do business.  Personally, I am blessed to be a native son and a part of the future of my beloved hometown.” – Bill Shaddock

Megean Salinas a graduate of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. Megean is a sophomore studying to be a social worker and has a 3.7 GPA. She is a first generation college student on her father’s side of the family. In fact, she said her mother taught her father how to read and write as an adult.

Avery Jagoe a graduate from Orangefield High School. Avery is a freshman taking general studies toward a business degree and has a 4.0 GPA. She is working as a caretaker of her grandparents and this scholarship just ensured she would attend this semester.

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