Eric Geyer Memorial Scholarship
Eric R. Geyer
1973 - 2018
Our beloved Eric Geyer passed away in January 2018.
We feel the best way to honor Eric and his memory is to do what he did best—help shape the lives of young people, and help them find their best futures.
To that end, we are honored to start an endowed Eric Geyer Memorial Scholarship. And we need your help.
Please join us in contributing to the endowment. If we succeed in fully funding this campaign, we can award a meaningful scholarship every year in perpetuity.
Eric had a profound impact on thousands of students. He will be remembered for his persistence, his dedication to his craft, his high standards, his coaching, his grace in victory and in defeat, and his fierce belief in the inherent talent within each and every one of his students.
Through this scholarship, Eric's family, friends, mentors, colleagues, and former students will preserve his legacy as a teacher—so that talented students can pursue their passions and their potential.
The Eric Geyer Memorial Scholarship will be open to graduating high school seniors who:
- have competed at the state level in Drama, Speech or Debate
- plan to attend a Texas university
If you'd like to make a contribution via PayPal (credit card or checking account), please click "Donate" below and specify the Geyer Scholarship when submitting your payment:
To make a contribution by check:
-Please note "Eric Geyer Memorial Scholarship Fund" in the memo line
-Please make check payable to TILF, and mail to:
PO Box 151027
Austin, TX 78715
If you have questions or need further information, contact Trudy Richards, TILF Executive Director, at 512-382-0916 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ERIC GEYER: CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Douglas MacArthur High School (Performer)
1991: State Champion, One-Act Play
1991: All-Star Cast, One-Act Play
1990: Finalist, State One-Act Play
1989: Finalist, State One-Act Play
1988: Honorable Mention All-Star Cast
Saint Mary's Hall (Director, Coach)
8 National Champions: National Junior Forensic League
6 State Champions: PSIA Speech
6 State Championships: PSIA Middle School One-Act Play
State Champion: PSIA High School One-Act Play
State Champion: Texas Forensic Association, Duet Acting
Master Teacher: Saint Mary's Hall, 2007