Douglas Ferrill Scholarship

The Douglas Ferrill Scholarship shall be awarded to a student who has demonstrated an interest in math, engineering, or teaching.  Douglas Ferrill retired from Temple College in 1982 after twenty years of service.  He developed and implemented the evening school and was Dean of Continuing Education and Evening School when he retired.  The Computer-Aided Math Lab in the Math and Biomedical Science Building at Temple College was named in Mr. Ferrill’s honor in December, 2003.  Mr. Ferrill also established two other scholarships, one in memory of his first wife, the Ruth Ferrill Scholarship and one in honor of his second wife, Marjorie Ferrill.

Mrs. Marjorie Ferrill