The Mort W. Brown
The International Cessna 190/195 Foundation is offering Aviation Related Scholarships in memory of Mort W. Brown who passed away on September 10, 2011 at the age of 103.
Mort was a Cessna Production Test Pilot from December 26, 1937 until his retirement on July 31, 1972. Mort flew the first Cessna 190 Experimental test flight on December 26, 1944 and subsequently flew approximately 850 production test flights of the 1,180 total Cessna 190/195s built between 1947 and 1955. You can learn more about Mort's remarkable career and contribution to Cessna aviation at MortBrown.info.
The Foundation's board is accepting Scholarship Applications until 1 April 2016, and also Donations to a separate fund specifically for these scholarships. A tax deductible IRS Section 501 (c) (3) donation of $195 (or any other amount) will enable the Foundation to award up to $5,000 scholarships to worthy applicants for the Fall 2016 semester to assist with their education in the fields of Aviation, Aeronautics or Astronautics.
All donations to the Foundation between January and May 2016 will be applied towards the Mort W. Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund unless otherwise directed by the donor(s).
Thank-you for your support.