PHC Students Nominated for Gentleman of the Year

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 2/25/19 11:20 AM

 

Five PHC students have been nominated for the Network of enlightened Women's Gentlemen Showcase. The showcase is an annual contest designed to provide evidence that gentlemen still do exist. The men were nominated by people in their lives who have seen the nominee's gentlemanly nature. The winning gentleman will win $1000 for a charity of his choice. And the PHC nominees are...

Cooper Millhouse

CCaptureooper is a senior SI student who plans to attend law school after he graduates in May. His nominator nominated him because, "He really cares about people around him, and invests time even when he has none to make sure people are ok." He has chosen to support The Gary Sinise Foundation

 

 

Leo Briceno

leoLeo is a junior journalism student who is currently on staff for The Herald. He was nominated because he "is the kind of person who really means it when he asks, 'How are you?'" He has chosen to support Save the Storks.

 

 

 

Kyle Ziemnick

kyleKyle is a junior journalism student who is interning for WORLD this semester and acting as editor of The Herald. "He consistently treats the men and women in his life with kindness, and regularly puts other peoples needs and desires before his own." He has chosen to support the International Justice Mission.

 

Tyler DeVlieger

Tyler is a sophomore SI student. "His heart is so golden—it is obvious in even just his smile as he greets you that he is sincerely happy to see you." He has chosen to support Compassion International.

 

Ethan Lockman

IMG_3509-1Ethan is a freshman at PHC. His nominator believes him to be "the embodiment of chivalry and should be esteemed as the quintessential gentleman that every man should strive to imitate." He has chosen to support the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

 

 

 

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