Shumsky Establishes PPEF Scholarship In Memory Of Jayne Emoff Miller

Shumsky (UPIC: SHUMSKY) owners Michael and Anita Emoff have established a scholarship fund through the Promotional Products Education Foundation (PPEF) in the name of Jayne Emoff Miller, a second generation owner of the Dayton, Ohio, distributor.

Miller served with Shumsky from the mid-1980’s into the mid-2000’s, when it was one of the first businesses certified as a Woman Owned Business.

Michael Emoff, Miller’s son, says, “We are humbled to offer financial assistance to the continuing education and growth of professionalism through PPEF. My mother was a pioneer in this industry so it means a lot to me and my family for her to be remembered in this way. She would be beaming with happiness to know this fund has been established in her name.”

PPEF provides three levels of named scholarships in honor or in memory of an individual or company ranging from a five-year scholarship to a perpetual endowment. Click here for more information on the Promotional Products Education Foundation.

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Lorie Prieto-Wells
February 29, 2016

No other honor would have meant more to Jayne than a scholarship-mentoring was a way of life for this amazing woman.

Cindy Schwab - Adcapitol
March 2, 2016

Had the pleasure of working with Jayne for years, on many projects.
I've been off the Shumsky account for years & didn't realize she had
passed. What an awesome way to honor her!

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