International Door & Operator Industry

JAN-FEB 2019

Garage door industry magazine for garage door dealers, garage door manufacturers, garage door distributors, garage door installers, loading docks, garage door operators and openers, gates, and tools for the door industry.

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INDUSTRYNEWS Emma Tosney Sponsor: Magic City Door, Inc. School: University of Alabama Emma is a freshman at the University of Alabama, majoring in music education. Her career goal is to become a middle or high school choir teacher. As a teacher, she hopes to inspire and shape students into young people with passion and purpose for both music and others. Emma is currently heavily involved in the Music Education Department as a member of the women's chorus, a member of Tune In A Capella, and a member of the Alabama Choral Directors Association. She plans to continue her education by obtaining a Masters in Music Education or Choral Conducting at the University of Alabama. "I love music and singing and I have always wanted to be a teacher, so I am beyond eager to combine my two passions by being a music educator. Roll Tide!" Noah Villarreal Sponsor: Access Door Systems School: Millikin University Noah is a musical theatre major at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. Originally from Austin, Texas, Noah has had bright eyes for performance since a young age. He considers it an absolute blessing to be receiving such an in depth education in the field that he loves. Noah plans on taking his talents to Chicago after graduation in an attempt to make a name for himself as an actor. Hopefully once Chicago is conquered, it's off to New York City! 39 Kiara Weber Sponsor: Alpha Overhead Door School: Montana State University-Billings Kiara is a freshman at Montana State University-Billings, majoring in biology. After graduation, she hopes to continue her education in medical school, with the goal of becoming an anesthesiologist. She chose this profession because ever since she was young, doctors, surgeries, and anything in the medical field fascinated her and provided the motivation to become just like them. While her chosen profession requires a lot of work, time and determination, she believes anyone can accomplish their dreams if they put in the required effort. "As a first- generation student, attending college is very important to me. I want to thank IDA for helping me finically, for believing in my dreams and helping me in any way possible." 2018 IDA Scholarship Selection Committee T Y ou! (continued from page 36) V O L U M E 5 2 I S S U E 1 F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 9

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