TBH Announces 21st Annual Scholarship Winners

For the 21st consecutive year, recipients of scholarships given to children of The Bellevue Hospital’s (TBH) employees were announced during National Hospital Week, May 8-14, 2022. The Robert Regula Employee Children’s Scholarship Program honored 10 high school and college students this year.

“The scholarships began as a way of investing in the future of healthcare and of providing an additional benefit for our employees,” said Timothy A. Buit, president and CEO of The Bellevue Hospital. “We are pleased to again offer the scholarships to a deserving group of individuals,” Buit added.

TBH awards $1,500 scholarships to eligible dependents of its full- or part-time employees who have worked at least two consecutive years at the hospital. The students are to be enrolled in post high school academic programs, with a minimum of three of the scholarships reserved for students in healthcare-related fields of study.  

Students must submit an application for the scholarship prior to March 31. The Scholarship Committee then meets to select the finalists for the award, and the recipients are announced during National Hospital Week. This year’s recipients are as follows:


Madison Aichholz, Nursing, Bowling Green State University, daughter of Lisa Aichholz, Family Health Services, and David Aichholz, New Washington. 

Emma Bollinger, Biology, The Ohio State University, daughter of Courtney Bollinger, Diagnostic Imaging, and John Bollinger, Bellevue.


Molly Bullion, Biochemistry, Malone University, daughter of Denise Bullion, Cardiac Rehabilitation, and the late Eric Bullion, Bellevue. 


Jacob Lombardi, Electrical Engineering, University of Toledo, son of Tony Lombardi, Rehabilitation Services, and Amy Lombardi, Milan.

Nicholas Lombardi, Mechanical Engineering, University of Toledo, son of Tony Lombardi, Rehabilitation Services, and Amy Lombardi, Milan.


Klara Miller, Accounting and Marketing, Liberty University, daughter of Kevin Miller, Rehabilitation Services, and Kristin Miller, Clyde.

Kaylia Reesman, Nursing, University of Toledo, daughter of Valerie Reesman, Finance, and James Reesman, Bellevue.

Halle Schoen, Masters in Speech Language, University of Florida, daughter of Marc Schoen, Diagnostic Imaging and Marianne Schoen, Revenue Cycle & Quality, Bellevue. 

Alexandra Seamon, Masters in Psychology, Cleveland State University, daughter of Jennifer Seamon, Surgery, and Daniel Seamon, Bellevue.


Kassidie Stimmel, Exercise Science/Physical Therapy, Grand Valley State University, daughter of Laurie Stimmel, Diagnostic Imaging, and Brian Stimmel, Sandusky.


For more information on TBH Foundation’s scholarship programs and how you can help support TBH and the community, call Foundation Director Dennis Sabo at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4319.