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James A Brozzetti Memorial Scholarship  
A scholarship was created in Jimmy's name to help first year college students who graduate from Dunmore High School in Dunmore, PA. Each year, a $500 scholarship and a computer from Dell will be given to two eligible students
For more information on Jimmy's scholarship, please contact us at:

To donate to Jimmy's scholarship, please send a check or money order to:
James A. Brozzetti Memorial Scholarship
c/o First National Community Bank
102 E. Drinker Street
Dunmore, PA 18512
The first two scholarships were presented at Dunmore High School on Thursday, May 25th. by his sister Dina, who will continue to keep her brothers memory alive. Next year on Jimmy birthday, we will be having his first Memorial Golf Outing to raise money  for his scholarship fund.
Thank you to all that have helped us in any way to keep Jimmy alive in our hearts.

In the spirit of helping others as Jimmy always did, we would like to award the following scholarships in honor of my brother and his accomplishments to assist others in pursuing there dreams.

The first is a $500 monetary scholarship on behalf of Mike Polizzi of Polizzi-Kelly Insurance. This scholarship is awarded to: Steve Beckag

The second scholarship is a brand new laptop computer from Dell for the recipient to take to college. This scholarship is on behalf of the Brozzetti family in memory of Jimmy's computer career aspirations. The computer is awarded to Justin Guse

                2007 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

                             Pat Hilson- Computer

                             Jerry Jones-  $500.00

                 2008 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

                               Pat Hart- Computer

                              Allie Donato- $500.00

                 2009 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

                       Andrew Bruenginer-Computer

                          Jaclyn Dempsey-$500.00

                 2010 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

                    Jake Rowland-Computer

                    Mary Kate Hart-$500.00

              2011 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS:

                      Kayla Conforti-Computer

                        Alex Abdella-$500.00

              2012 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS:

                 Caitlin Cartwright - Computer

                   Robert Cordaro- $500.00 

              2013 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

                     Matthew Fisk - Computer
                    Cheyenne Kersavage - $500 

              2014 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

                     Mia Olivetti-Computer

                    Molly McCafferty -$1000

                         Abby O'Neil $500

               2015 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS:

                       Daniel Dewes-Computor

                       Morgan Williams-$1000.00



Memorial Service Held for Sophomore

By Josh Pray

A special service was held on Valentine’s Day on campus for James Angelo Brozzetti, a sophomore who died in an automobile accident on Feb.6

Brozzetti, originally from Dunmore, died from injuries he suffered in an accident while travelling on Route 118 northeast of HughesvillE
Mark Salinger, a good friend of Brozzetti, described him as “Someone you could count on. You could go to him for confidence, he was always optimistic. He was just a great friend.”
Whether Brozzetti was in the weight room or cheering for his hometown, his smile could be seen from a mile away, putting everyone in a better mood, Salinger said.
At the service held in the Mary L. Welch Honors Hall, the Lycoming College Choir led the group in singing “Precious Lord.”

Speeches by Dr. Daniel Miller, dean of student affairs, the Rev. Marco Hunsberger, Sister Catherine Anne, Salinger and professor of computer science and chair of the faculty Dr. Eileen Peluso brought all in attendance to tears with the loving remarks and anecdotes that were shared.
A slideshow in the background depicting Brozzetti and all he loved ran the whole night, looking down upon everyone there in his memory.

In every picture he wore that famous, beaming smile, surrounded by his friends and loved ones. A prayer by candlelight and handwritten messages from all involved to the Brozzetti family brought the service to a close. The silence during the candle lighting was broken only by the sniffles of students and teachers alike, all saying a goodbye in their own special way.

The son of Diane Naughton Brozzetti and James Brozzetti was a 2004 graduate of Dunmore High School and played football for his hometown. He was born June 3, 1985. 

At Lycoming, as a sophomore computer science major, he played on the intramural flag football team, and was a member of the Segmentation Fault Programming Team




~Wind Beneath My Wings~

It must have been cold there in my shadow,
to never have sunlight on your face.
You were content to let me shine, thats your way,
you always walked a step behind.

So I was the one with all the glory,
while you were the one with all the strength.
A beautiful face without a name~for so long,
a beautiful smile to hide the pain.

Did you ever know that your my hero,
and everything I would like to be.
I can fly higher then an eagle,
'cause you are the Wind Beneath My Wings.

It might have appeared to go unnoticed,
but I've got it all here in my heart.
I want you to know I know the truth, of course I know it,
I would be nothing without you.

Did you ever know that your my hero,
And everything I would like to be...
I can fly higher then an eagle,
'cause you are the Wind beneath my wings.

Fly, Fly, Fly away...
You let me Fly so high
Oh Fly, Fly
so high against the sky, so high I almost touch the sky..
Thank you..thank you....thank GOD for you
~The Wind Beneath My Wings~


James A. Brozzetti

October 20th, 2003

What four items would you place in a time capsule to be opened in the year 2100 and why?

If I were to create a time capsule to be opened by someone almost 100 years later, I would include items that are personal and unique. These items would symbolize what I consider to be the most important things in my life. The first item I would place in the time capsule would be a family photo album. Since my family is the most important thing in my life, I would want the person who finds my time capsule to see how close my family and I are, and how when we are together, we are always happy. No matter what goes wrong and how far apart my family may be in the future, we always have one another. Secondly, I would include my high school yearbook. Along with my family, my friends have had a significant influence on my life. My yearbook would show signatures and pictures of people that have helped me grow socially and academically into the person I am today. Next, I would include my high school football jersey. The jersey is symbolic of my love of sports, and dedication to anything I put my mind to. Football has taught me discipline and responsibility, and most importantly never to give up. Lastly, I would place a picture drawn by one of the children I worked with over the summer. The picture would be a symbol of my desire to be involved in community service, and the service I’ve provided to children at a local park. It would also be representative of my beliefs and need to be involved in my community. These four items would paint a picture of my life and the important things that helped to shape it such as family, friends, academics, sports and community, even almost 100 years from now.

Jimmy Favorite Quote:
"Train beyond the pain....and death is your only release." 

"So long Jimmy, so long.
Though you only stayed a moment,
We all know that you're the one.
So long Jimmy, so long.
Sure we're glad for the experience.
We miss you now you've gone.
We're just swimming in your soul 'cause,
We all wish we wrote this song." - James Blunt
I LOVE YOU & MISS YOU JIM - 02-06-06 – BFF 

"The story of life
is quicker than the blink of an eye.
The story of love
is hello and goodbye.
Until we meet again..."
- Jimi Hendrix, last words


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