Rob Fuller

Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund

In 2011, The Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce established the Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund in honor of long-time community business owner, leader, volunteer, and philanthropist, Rob Fuller. Each year the Chamber awards eligible high school seniors up to $1000 in scholarship funds with hopes that recipients will continue Rob Fuller’s legacy of love for community and dedication to volunteering and philanthropic efforts.

In 2022 the Chamber Board established the Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund as its own 501 (c) 3 non-profit. This new designation means that donations to the fund are now tax deductible ensuring the longevity and stability of the scholarships.

Scholarships are awarded at the annual Rob Fuller Scholarship Luncheon honoring the top twenty-five high school seniors in Centralia and Chehalis. Additional scholarships are also awarded at this luncheon from businesses who are equally dedicated to supporting local youth. These include Rainier Connect STEM,  Boys and Girls Club, Centralia Community Foundation, Cheyllyn Collinsworth, Title Guaranty Company of Lewis County, Valley View Health Center, Visiting Nurses, TwinStar,  the Olivia Mitchell Scholarship.

DONATE to the Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund!

How to Donate

Send a check to Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund, 500 NW Chamber of Commerce Way, Chehalis, WA, 98532 or call 360-748-8885 to make a payment by credit card. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Thank you for making life better for the youth in our community.

Congratulations 2024 Recipients

Centralia Top 25 Students

  • Daniel Abarta
  • Susannah Berry
  • Chihiro Bringman
  • Alan Cox
  • Joshua DeMaris
  • Kendra Dimaggio
  • Andres Flores Bravo
  • Ruth Gonzalez
  • Isabelle Gruginski
  • Shalyn Hall
  • Olivia Hedgers
  • Tig Hedgers
  • Summer Holmes
  • Johnathan Kaech
  • Lauren Mannikko
  • Victor Morales
  • Kiersten Moxness
  • Joselyn Sanchez Gomez
  • Diann Semenchuk
  • Ignacio Sevilla-Moctezuma
  • Brady Sprague
  • Makenzi Van Der Hoeff
  • Lauren Wasson
  • Von Wasson
  • Emily Wilkerson

Chehalis Top 25 Students

  • Marilyn Arevalo Cerritos
  • Hayden Blanton-Lamping
  • Tommy Caperon
  • Chloe Chloupek
  • Justin Chung
  • Maddysen Creech
  • Natalie Eklund
  • Carly Ericson
  • Lena Fragner
  • Aspen Goble
  • Audrey Greene
  • Shelby Hazlett
  • Lia Hornby
  • Mya Jensen
  • Braden Jones
  • Grace Oien
  • Courtney Pinkerton
  • Rene Remund
  • Zoey Robertson
  • Andrew Scheer
  • Jenna Smith
  • Laurel Toynbee
  • Brea Tracy
  • Freya Wearner
  • Ella Young

Scholarship Recipients

Boys & Girls Club of Lewis County
Kendra DiMaggio

Centralia Community Foundation
Olivia Hedgers

Cheyllyn Collinsworth Scholarship
Hunter DeGravelles

Olivia Mitchell Scholarship
Jessica Wickert

Lightcurve STEM
Ema Weerasinghe

TwinStar Credit Union
Hunter Padgett

Valley View Health Center
Hayden Blanton-Lamping

Visiting Nurses Foundation
Orion Schroeder

Rob Fuller Scholarship Fund
Anna Alexander 

Ella Chaput

Chloe Chloupek

Alan Cox

Summer Holmes

Alayna McGregor

Ava McGregor

Jack Pendleton

Gabriel Priest

Laurel Toynbee


Thank You 2023 Sponsors!

Table Sponsors

These businesses and individuals sponsored tables of 8 students

  • The Silver Agency
  • Chris Forespring State Farm
  • Minuteman Press
  • The Chronicle
  • Port of Centralia
  • Port of Chehalis

Individual Student Sponsors

  • Dick’s Brewing
  • Dianne Dorey
  • Cynthia Mudge
  • Centralia Community Foundation
  • San Juan Arms Apartment
  • Good Health Nutrition
  • Suzie Mitchell

In-Kind Sponsors

  • Lucky N Lawless Bakery
  • Lewis County Coffee Co.
  • Walmart
  • McDonalds
  • Fiddlers
  • Quiznos
  • Walmart

Goody Bags

  • Fiddler’s Coffee
  • Lewis County Coffee
  • Lucky N Lawless Cookies
  • McDonald’s
  • Quiznos
  • Walmart

Chamber Ambassadors & Volunteers

  • Cory Moses
  • Christine Brower
  • Dianne Dorey
  • Heidi MacDonald
  • Stephanie Van Moos
  • Jennifer Brown
  • Julie Shaffley

Scholarship Applications

Below are Applications for Scholarships available to area High School Seniors that local businesses have generously provided.
Please read the eligibility requirements carefully for each scholarship. Each application has its own criteria.
These scholarships will be awarded at the Top 25 Scholarship Luncheon.
Applications must be in the Chamber office by 4 p.m on Friday, April 19th.