Children of Stevens’ Employees Receive Scholarships from the Van Line

College students who received scholarships from Stevens Worldwide Van Lines vary in their fields of study from biology to business management.


Stevens recently awarded scholarships, amounting up to $1,000 each, to four children of Stevens’ employees.


The awardees include:

Bridget Flanagan, a freshman at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., majoring in mechanical engineering. Ms. Flanagan’s father John Flanagan is Stevens’ Manager of Quality, Safety and Fleet Services.

Jessica Curtiss, a sophomore at Mott Community College in Flint, Mich., studying biology. Ms. Curtiss’ mother Lisa Curtiss is Stevens’ Department of Defense Quality Analyst.

Timothy Deneen, a sophomore at Lansing Community College, in Lansing, Mich., studying diesel mechanics. Mr. Deneen’s mother Bonnie Deneen is Stevens’ Accounting Manager.

Kimberly Bourcier, a junior at Saginaw Valley State University near Saginaw, Mich., majoring in business management. Ms. Bourcier’s father Pat Bourcier is the general manager of the Stevens’ Waterford, Mich., corporate-owned location.


The scholarships were awarded based on academic achievement, honors, community and school activity and career goals.  An applicant must be the child or stepchild of a Stevens Worldwide Van Lines employee, and the employee must have worked at Stevens for more than one year. The applicants must be applying to or enrolled at a community college, public or private college, university or certified trade school.