CI members skate for scholarship

The fourth Richard D. Stehly Memorial Hockey Game was recently held as American Concrete Institute members and staff skated to honor the late former ACI president and raise funds for his memorial scholarship. The scholarship is offered through the ACI Foundation, a nonprofit subsidiary of ACI. Stehly had been a member of ACI since 1980 and was elected president in 2010. He believed that attracting and educating ACI’s youngest members was crucial for both the future of the concrete industry and ACI. To that end, he bequeathed a portion of his estate to fund future ACI scholarships and fellowships. Dr. Larry Sutter, an ACI member and professor at Michigan Technological University, was the chief organizer for this year’s game. It was a close contest with the Green team edging out Gold by a score of 6-5. Each team featured 10 skaters and a goalie. The next game is slated to be held at ACI’s 2017 spring convention in Detroit. The Richard D. Stehly Scholarship is awarded through the ACI Foundation to an outstanding student enrolled in an undergrad degree program studying concrete with an emphasis on structural design, materials or construction. à

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