Golf Event to Benefit Howard Scholarship at California University

By Paglia, Ron | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 11, 2006 | Go to article overview

Golf Event to Benefit Howard Scholarship at California University


Paglia, Ron, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The first Coach Joe Howard Memorial Golf Outing to benefit football players at California University of Pennsylvania will be held July 7 at Arnold Palmer's Latrobe Country Club.

Presented by the Football Friends of the Fighting Vulcans, the event is open to all interested people.

"The outing is really an opportunity for Joe's many friends and former teammates to get together and have a good time while helping a great cause," said Rich Saccani, of Charleroi, a California State College (now California University of Pennsylvania) graduate and a member of the planning committee.

Saccani, a retired mathematics teacher at Upper St. Clair High School, said those who wish to participate can choose to play golf or just attend the post-tournament dinner. In addition, the committee is seeking banner and tee sponsors.

The memorial scholarship honoring Howard, a standout football player at California University and a high school football coach before his untimely death in 1977, was established in 2005 when a group of his former teammates and friends at California contacted Howard's wife, Esther Howard-Pevarnik, and her husband, Jim Pevarnik, and Howard's sister, Dawn Mamula.

Scholarships will be awarded annually to sophomore, junior or senior students who are members of the California University football team. Recipients must have displayed athletic ability, academic excellence and strong moral development. The Cal U athletic director, dean of admissions and football coach will be responsible for selecting and awarding the scholarships.

"The scholarship is a very appropriate tribute to Joe Howard, who epitomized all of the qualities that are at the heart of the program," said Saccani, former varsity tennis coach at California University.

Howard, a longtime resident of Latrobe and a graduate of California State College, began coaching at Greater Latrobe High School in 1966 and was defensive coordinator under Chuck Findley in 1968 when Latrobe won the WPIAL championship. He became head coach at GLHS in 1972. …

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