The Thomas I. Glasser Memorial Scholarship fund assists children of active and retired Summit Police Officers, as well as Summit High School Seniors who intend to pursue a college education in Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement.

The Thomas I. Glasser Memorial Scholarship Fund was created to give children of Summit Police officers seeking to further their education as well as any Summit High School graduating senior seeking a degree in law enforcement or criminal justice the opportunity to obtain financial assistance for higher education in order to pursue their chosen career or profession. In 2001 Thomas I. Glasser, a Summit resident, came to Summit PBA Local #55 and said he wanted to do something for Summit Police officers and their families. He became a founding member in the establishment of the scholarship fund and was a driving force in the creation of it. One week before the scholarship fund was to hold its first meeting; Tom was lost in the World Trade Center disaster on September 11th, 2001.

Board of Directors & Trustees

Michael Rabasca President
T. Brett Haire Vice President
Kim Zagorski Secretary
Peter F. Kelly Treasurer
William Schneller Trustee
Michael Freeman Trustee
Robert Weck Trustee
Steven Zagorski Trustee
Heather Richel Trustee
Anthony Parenti Trustee
Freddy Mondi Consultant
John Blasi Consultant
Robyn Roberts Accountant